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BEDFORD COLlEaSON 



Bedford Free Public Library 
Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 



The Bedford Flag, commissioned to Cornet John 
Page in 1737 by King George U of England, was 
carried b\ his son, Nathaniel, who fought with the 
Bedford Minutemen at the Battle of Concord 
Bridge, April 19, 1775 



Home of the Bedford Flag 




FEB 



2012 




MISSILE 
1968 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 






SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



I HAVE ENJOYED SERVING AS 
JUNIOR AND SENIOR CLASS PRE- 
SIDENT. I SHOULD LIKE TO EX- 
TEND MY THANKS TO ALL THOSE 
WHO HAVE HELPED OUR CLASS 
THROUGHOUT THE PAST FOUR 
YEARS. THANK YOU FOR YOUR 
IDEAS, SUGGESTIONS, AND TIME. 

MAY YOU ALL HAVE A HAPPY 
AND REWARDING FUTURE. 



Treasurer 
Val Ball 



Secretary 
Val Dwyer 



OUR 



DEDICATION 

WE, THE CLASS OF 1968, TAKE THIS 
OPPORTUNITY TO EXPRESS OUR DEEP 
APPRECIATION FOR YOUR CONTINU- 
OUS ASSISTANCE AND ENCOURAGE- 
MENT TO OUR CLASS. AS A MOTIVAT- 
ING FORCE, YOU HAVE ENTHUSIAS- 
TICALLY SUPPORTED US AND HELPED 
US TO ACCOMPLISH MANY DIFFICULT 
ENDEAVORS. 

WE THANK YOU. 



MISS GFROERER 



Marching Band 1,2,3,4 
Concert Band 1,2,3,4 
Concert Master 4 
Band President 4 
Pep Band 1,2,3,4 
Wind and Percussion 1,2,3,4 
Monitor 4 






GLENN W. ACKER 

"Praise nauseates you — but woe betide 
him who does not recognize your worth. " 

Dag Hammarslcjold 



Field Hocl<ey 2,3 
Honor Society 3,4 
French Club 1 
Art Club 2 
Yearbook Staff 4 
Psych. Club 4 
Mixed Ensemble 3,4 
Latin Honor Society 3,4 



CHRISTINE ALLISON 

"And forget not that the earth delights 
to feel your bare feet and the winds long 
to play with your hair. " 

Kahlil Gibran 



Yearbook Club 4 
Prom 3,4 




SANDRA AMBROSE 
"A good Heart's worth gold. " 

Shakespeare 




Art Club 2,3 



BARBARA AMSDEN 
"Silence is Golden" 



Current Events 1 
Bowling 1, 2 
Debating 2 
National Jr. Hon. Society 2 
Nat'l. Hon. Society 3, 4 
College Prep Club 3 
Golf team 3 
Wrestling 2 
Transfer 3 
Monitor 4 
Math League 4 
Cabinet 4 




Future Teachers 1 
Art Club 2,3, 



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ARTHUR A. ANDERSON 
"The social, friendly, honest man, What- 
e'er he be, Tis he fulfils great Nature's 
plan and none but he. " 

Robert Burns 



DEBORAH ANDREWS 

"There is likewise a reward for faithful 
silence. " 




Audio Visual Aids 1 
Band 1,2,3,4 




"Silence is Strength" 



STEVEN W. ATWOOD 



"Everyone's future is, in reality, an urn 
full of unknown treasures from wtiich 
Ovid all may draw unguessed prizes, " 

Lord Dunsany 



Football 1 

Audio-Visual Aids 1,3 
Stage Crew and 

Lighting 2 
Conservation Club 4 
Baseball 2 



Girls Ath. Asoc. 1 
Spanish Club 2,3 
Treasurer 3 
Jr. Class Play 3 
Psych. Club 4 
Treasurer 4 
Ski Club 4 
Girls Ensemble 1 
Mixed Ensemble 4 
Choir 4 

Red Cross Volunteer 2,4 




VALERIE A. BALL 

"And ye shall know the truth and the 
truth shall make you free." 

John VIII, 32 



RICHARD BANKS 

"To thine own self be true. And it must 
follow as the night the day. Thou canst 
not then be false to any man." 

Shakespeare 



Drama 1 

Marine Biology 2 
Creative Writing 3 
French Club 1 
Thespians 2,3,4 
Human Relations 

Council 3,4 
Citizenship Com. 4 
Rifle Club 2,3 



Glee Club 1 
Future Teachers 2 
Spanish Club 3 
Big Sister 4 
Christmas Dance 2 
Junior Prom 3 




ROSEMARY A. BAUSH 
"The happiest person is the person who 
thinks the most interesting thoughts." 



LINDA BIGGIO 
"In quietness and confidence shall be 
your strength." 



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Biology Club 1 
J. V. Basketball 2 
Varsity Softball 2,3,4 
Math League 3,4 
Hon. Society 3,4 
Varsity Basketball 3,4 
Sec. Student Council 4 
Monitor 4 
Citizenship Comm. 4 




Yearbook Club 4 
Majorettes 4 
Choir 3,4 

Future Teachers 1 ,3 
Drama Club 1 
Latin Club 1,2 
Thespians 2,3,4 
Junior Class Sec. 
Prom 3,4 

Powderhorn Typist 3 
Tournament of Plays 1,2,3 
Red Cross 1 
Drama Festival 1 



MICHELE R. BILLE NANCY BOLDUC 



"Happy the man, whose wish and care a "Ah me!! How weak a thing, the heart of 
few paternal acres bound. Content to a woman." 
breathe his native air. In his own ground. ' 

Pope 



Future Teachers 1 
German Club 2,3 
Fernald Volunteer 2,3 
Conservation Club 4 
Thespian 3,4 
Historian 4 




JEAN BOLTON 

"Oft expectation fails, and most oft 
there where most it promises, and oft it 
hits where hope is coldest and despair 
most fits. " 



BEVERLY A. BRADLEY 

"No mind is thoroughly well organized 
that is deficient in a sense of humor." 



Future Teachers 1,2,3 
Psych. Club 4 
Art Club 1 
Ski Club 2 




Class Secretary 1,2 
Future Teachers 1 
Glee Club 1 
Pep Club 2,3,4, 
Executive Council 2,3 
Prom 3,4 
Library Club 3 
Yearbook 4 
Psychology Club 4 



Football 1 
Football Manager 3 
Football Trainer 4 
Basketball Manager 3,4 
Baseball 3,4 

French Club 1,2, Treas. 3 
Math League 4 



KAREN M. BRADY 



ROBERT S. BRAND 



"He that cannot reason is a fool. He that 
will not is a bigot. He that dare not is a 
slave. " 



"Be what you wish others to become." 




Football 1,2,3, 

Captain 4 
Basketball 1,2,3, 

Co-Capt 4 
Baseball 1,2,3,4 
Citizenship Comm. 2,3 
Choir 4 

Mixed Ensemble 3 
School Musical 3,4 
Monitor 4 
Pep Club 3 

Football Camp Fellowship 



ALAN BRANDIBERRY GREGORY S. BRZESKI 



"All men see the same objects, but do "All things are possible to him that 

not equally understand them. Intelligence believeth. " 

is the tongue that discerns and tastes Mark 9,23 

them. " 



Drama Club 1,2 
Art Club 1 
Chemistry 1 
Bedford Summer Theatre 




History Club 4 



CYNTHIA E. BRUSH CARLBUMBACA 



"Yesterday is dead. Today will die, but "To become a great man, it's necessary 
Tomorrow will be born. " to become a great rascal. " 



Tennis 1,2,3,4 
Chef's Club 3,4 
Rifle Team 1,2 
Baseball 1,2 




DOUGLAS W. BURNS 
"Hapiness is the only good. ' 



WAYNE CALLAHAN 

"A roguish smile, a merry jest, a depth of 
heart you'd never guess. " 



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Junior Red Cross 1 
Pep Club 2,3 
Yearbook Staff 4 
Yearbook Club 4 
Junior Prom 3 




PATRICIA A. CAMPBELL 



"Softly speak and sweetly smile." 



Basketball 1 
Honor Society 3,4 
Math League 3,4 
Audio-Visual Aids 1,2 




ROBERT W. CARLSON 



"He is quiet and shy, but mischief dwells 
within" 



Football 1,2,3 
Chefs Club 1,2 
Marine Biology Club 2 
Library Club 3,4 




RICHARD A. CERULLO 
"Humor is the harmony of the heart." 

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Choir 1,2,3,4 
Citizenship Comm. 2 
Field Hockey 3 
Homeroom Rep. 3 
Operetta 1,2,3,4 
Operetta lead 1 ,3 
Class Treasurer 2 
Junior Prom Queen 



LURA C. CARLSON 



'He who sings frightens away his ills." 

Cervan tes 




JOHN CARTER 



"Every day is a holiday. 




Softball 3,4 
Library Club 3,4 
Pep Club 2,3,4 
Prom 3,4 
Yearbook Club 4 



MARGARET A. CHAMPNEY 
"Jest is the secret of all beauty. " 



Yearbook Art Staff 4 
Art Club 2,3 
Dramatics 1 
Softball 1 

Scholastic Art Award 




Softball 2,3,4 
Pep Club 1,2,3,4 

Vice President 3 

President 4 
Library Club 3 
Executive Committee 3 
Ski Club 3,4 
Cheerleading 4 
Yearbook Club 4 
Monitor 4 



MARILYN A. CHISHOLM 



SUZANNE CLARK 



"/ prefer drawing to talking. Drawing is "Noisy and small but oh, that's not all" 
faster, and allows less room for lies." 

Le Cor busier 



Field Hockey 1 
Biology Club 2 
Ski Club 3 
Girls Ensemble 
Mixed Ensemble 




CYNTHIA A. COE 
"Silence is sweeter than speech. " ' 



CYNTHIA COLANGELO 

"The Silence often of pure innocence. 
Persuades when speaking fails. " 

Shakespeare 



History Club 4 
Treasurer of F.T.A. 3 
French Club 2 



Transferred 3 
Art Club 2 
Ski Club 3 
Rhythmettes 2 




PHYLLIS COURTNEY 

"Elegance is good taste plus a dash of 
daring. " 

Carmel Snow 



JANIS CURRAN 

"A little nonsense now and then is re- 
lished by the best of men. " 



Field Hockey 1 
Tennis 2,3,4 
Glee Club 1 
Choir 2,3,4 

Citizenship Committee 2,3 
Future Teachers 1 
Pep Club 2,3,4 
Operetta 2,3,4 
Executive Council 3 
Prom 3,4 
Library Club 3 
Psychology Club 4 
Monitor 4 
Yearbook Club 4 



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Glee Club 1 
Art Club 1 



SHARON LOUISE CURRIER 

A horse! A horse! my Kingdom for a 
horse! 




MARY JANE DAELHOUSEN 

"Love and memory last and will so en- 
dure till the game is called because of 
darkness" 



Varsity Field Hockey 2,3,4 

Basketball 2 

Ski Club 3,4 

Library Club 4 

Spanish Club 2,3 

Powder Puff Football Team 



Football 3 
Audio-Visual Aids 1,3 
Stage Lighting 2 
Conservation Club 4 




GERARD J. DeCOSTA CATHERINE A. DEIMLING 



"Conversation is the vent of character "Until I truly loved, I was alone." 
as well as of thought. " Caroline Norton 



Breakfast Club 1 
Dolphinettes 2 
Girls Athletic Assoc. 3 
Transferred 3 
Psych. Club 4 
Ski Club 




German Club 1,2 
Pep Club 1,2 
Transfer 3 
Ski Club 3 
Honor Society 3,4 
Cabinet 4 
Yearbook Staff 4 
Yearbook Club 4 



KATHERINE LOUISE DICKERSON 

"/ have learned silence from the talka- 
"Life is grand and should be lived to the tive, toleration from the intolerant and 
16 fullest." kindness from the unkind; yet strange, 

I am ungrateful to those teachers." 




V. Cross Country 2,3,4 
Capt. 4 

V. Winter Track 1,2,3 
Hockey 4 
V. Spring Track 2,3,4 
Pep Club 4 
Ski Club 4 
Latin Club 3 
Prom 3,4 




SCA Representative 1 

Library Aid 2 

Homeroom Secretary 2 

French Club 3 

Pep Club 3 

Nat'l Hon. Soc. 3,4 



ERNEST PAUL DRUAN 



BARBARA A. DUCKWORTH 



"For the most part I do the thing which "A friend is a person with whom I may 
my own nature drives me to do." be sincere. Before him, I may think 

aloud. " 

Emerson 



Chef's Club 1 
Biology Club 1,2 
Band 1,2,3,4 
Northeastern Music 
Festivals 1,2,3,4 
Stage Band 1,2,3,4 
Pep Band 1,2 
Operetta 3 




Band 1,2 

Folk Singing Cfub 3,4 
Library Club 3 
Psychology Club 4 
Glee Club 1 
Ensemble 1,4 
Junior Prom 
Yearbook 4 
Pep Club 4 
Buccaneer 4 



LANCE R. DUNHAM 



VALERIE ANN DWYER 



"What a man has, so much he's sure of." "Let us say what we feel, and feel what 

we say; let speech harmonize with life. " 



Art Club 1,2 
Yearbook Club 4 




GAY ELLIS 

"A pleasing countenance is a silent com- 
mendation. " 



MICHELLE ELLIS 

"Life is an exciting business and most 
exciting when it is lived for others." 

Helen Keller 



GAA 1,2,3 
French Club 3 
Library Club 1 
Swimming Team 2 
Transfer 4 



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Future Teachers 1,2 
Art Club 3 
Ski Club 4 
Yearbook Club 4 




Glee Club 1 
French Club 1,3 
Folk Club 1,2 
Chemistry Club 2 
Big Sister 4 
Mixed Ensemble 2,3 
Girls Ensemble 3 
Choir 3,4 



GAIL EMMONS JOCE LYN B. EVANS 



"There is flattery in friendship. " "Let a joy keep you." 

Henry V Carl Sandburg 



Football 1 
Audio-Visual Aids 1,2 




JAMES RICHARD FEELEY 
"In Lourdes we trust" 



Band 1,2,3,4 
Football 1 
Spanish Club 3 
Chef's Club 1 




LEONARD FRADO 
"Steady of heart, and stout of mind. " 

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Debating Club 1,2 
Treasurer 1 
Vice President 2 
Ski Club 2,3,4 
Executive Comm. 4 
Glee Club 1,2,3,4 
Citizenship Comm. 3,4 
Human Relations Council 3,' 



Brotherhood Award 3 
Creative Writing 3 

Yearbook Club 4 
Monitor 4 

PAWN FORTE 

"Enthusiasm is the genius of sincerity 
and truth accomplishes no victories with- 
out it. " 




Pep Club 1,2 
Drama Club 1,2 
FHA 1,2 

Yearbook Club 1,4 
Chorus 1 

Student Council 2 
Junior Honor Society 1 
Honor Society 3,4 
Psych Club 4 
Prom 4 

Class History 4 
Yearbook Staff 4 



CHRISTINA FRIEL 

"Character will make a man as rich as 
the universe of worlds. " 





Baseball 1,2,3,4 
Basketball 1,2 
Football 1 
Prom 3,4 
Pep Club 1 
Homecoming 3 
Class Cabinet 3,4 




Ski Club 2,3,4 
Pep Club 1,2,3,4 
Folk Club 2,3,4 
Glee Club 1 

Citizenship Committee 2 
Psych Club 4 
Powderhorn Staff 2 
Prom 3,4 
Future Teachers 1 
Softball 4 
Yearbook 4 



MARK J. GALLANT 



SUSAN GARIBOTTO 



"Remember, whatever you think, don't, "To look up and not down. To look 



unless you will. " 



forward and not back. To look out and 
not in, and to lend a hand." 



Library Club 3,4 
Drama Club 1 
Basketball 2,4 
Softball 1 
Prom 3 




MARGARET GEARY 

"Come, Come, there is mischief to be 
done. " 



PAUL GENETTI 
'The play's the thing. " 



Football 1,2,3 
Baseball 1,3 
Band 1,2,3,4 
Thespians 1,2,3,^ 

Best Actor Aware ,-t 

Hockey 3 

Class Treasurer 3 



Shakespeare 



Powderhorn Staff 3 
Future Teachers 2 
Yearbook Club 4 
Art Club 1 
Senior Dance Comm. 4 
Christmas Card Sale 
Senior Prom 




PHYLLIS GENETTI 



GEORGE JOSEPH GENETTI 



"Silence is more eloquent than words." "Wit has truth in it; wise cracking is 

simply calisthenics with words. " 

Dorothy Parker 



Spanish Club 3 
Latin Club 1 
Baseball 1 

Student Cabinet Member 4 
Homecoming 3 



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Latin Club 1 
German Club 2 
Yearbook Club 4 
Ski Club 4 
National J. C. L. 
Convention in L. A. 




KATHLEEN M. GIACCARINI 
"Pleasant is she, and full of good intent" 



BRUCE GIANNETTA 
"Ambition has no rest " 



Band 1,2,3,4 
Pep Band 3,4 
Electronics Club 2 
Chefs Club 1 



North East District 
Band 1,2,3 
All State Band 1 
Band 1,2,3,4 
Dance Band 1,2,3 
Pep Band 1,2,3 




Transfer 2 
Football 2,3,4 
Spring Track 1,2,3,4 
Winter Track 2,3 
Chess Club 2; Pres. 3,4 
Ski Club 3,4 
Honor Society Pres. 3,4 
Choir 1 
Monitor 4 



JOHN GLENN 



STEVEN E. GLOVINSKY 



French Club 1 
Chem (TAHAS) 2 

Record Club 3 
Big Sister 4 

Folk Club 1,2 
Yearbook Staff 4 



"The essence of humour is sensibility 
warm tender fellow — feeling with all 
forms of existence. " 

Carlyle 



"The hand that follows intellect can 
achieve. " 




Biology Club 1 
Chemistry Club 2,3,4 
Cross Country 4 
Winter Track 4 
Pep Club 4 
Ski Club 4 



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GAIL E. GRASS! 

"The perception of beauty is a moral 
test. " 

Henry David Thoreau 



KENNETH TRACY GREEN 
"But be not afraid of greatness, some 
men are born great, some achieve great- 
ness, and some have greatness thrust 
upon them. " 




Basketball 1 
Cross Country 2,3,4 
Capt. 4 
Winter Track 2,3,4 
Capt. 4 
Spring Track 2,3,4 
Yearbook Club 4 
Pep Club 4 




STEPHEN J. GROVE 



BRADFORD L. HAIR 



"The force of fiis own merit makes his "The body has its end which it does not 
way." know; the mind its means of which it is 

unaware. " 

Valery 



Transfer 2 
Debating Club 2 
Powderhorn 2,3 
Junior Prom 3 
Junior Dance 3 
Senior Dance 4 
Senior Christmas Card 
Sale 4 
Psych. Club 4 
Senior Prom 4 




Future Teachers 2,3,4 
Math Club 1 



CYNTHIA-GALE HARBOUR 



KAREN MARIE HARRISON 



"Enthusiasm is the genius of sincerity." "Kindness is wisdom. There is none in 

life but needs it and may learn. " 

Bailey 



Spanish Club 1, 
President 2 
Spring Track 2,3,4 
Cross Country 3,4 
Winter Track 3,4 
Debating Society 4 




Latin Club 3,4 
Wheelindas 3 
German Club 2 
Student Exchange 2 
Transfer 4 
Swim Team 2,3 
Powderpuff Football 1,3 
Student Council 3 



VERNON A. HATCH E LISABETH HE ISLE R 

"An open mind is the key to success." "It is good to lengthen to the last a 

sunny mood." 

J. R. Lowell 



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J. V. Football 1,2 
Varsity Football 3,4 
Hockey 2,3 
Varsity Baseball 1,2,3,4 
Cabinet Member 4 




RICHARD E. HEMENWAY TIMOTHY L. HENEBRY 



"The heart is wiser than the intellect" "Ask not what you can do for your 

Holloand school; ask what your school can do 
for you. " 



Football 1,2,3,4 
Winter Track 1 
Spring Track 1,2,3 
Latin Club 1,2,3,4 
President 3,4 
Student Council 4 
Monitor 4 
Choir 1,2,3,4 
Boys Ensemble 4 
Mixed Ensemble 4 
Senior Dance 4 




Junior Play 3 
Spanish Club 2,4 
Cheerleader 3 
Class Project 2,3 
Pep Club 2,3 
Senior Play 4 
Drama Club 2 
Class Council 3 
Girls Recreational 

Council 2,3 
Homecoming 3 



MALCOLM JAY HERRLING LESLIE ANN HICKMAN 



"Nothing great was ever achieved with- "The only way to make friends. Is to 
out enthusiasm." be one" 



Football 2 
Electronics Club 1 
Vice Pres. 3 
Chef's Club 1 
Amateur Radio Club 2,3,4 




Football 1,2,3,4 
Winter Track 1,3,4 
Spring Track 1,2,3,4 
Debating Club 2,3,4 
American Legion 
Oratory Award 
Monitor 4 



FRANCIS K. HIGSON JACKM.HILKER 

"We are all apprentices In a craft where "Be sure you are right, then go ahead." 
no one ever becomes a master. " Crockett 
Hemingway 




Ski Club 3 
Art Club 2 
Typing Award 3 




GWENDOLYN ANN HOSACK 
'Good humor only teaches charm. 



KENNETH R. HUIBREGTSE 

"It matters not how long you live, but 
how well." 

Publilius Syrus 



Honor Society 3,4 
Basketball 1,2,3,4 
Student Council 2,3 
Citizenship Comm. 1 
Jr. Class President 
Sr. Class President 
Tennis 2 

Math League 2,3,4 
Debate 1,2,3 
Photo Club 1,3 
Choir 3 

Boys' State Rep. 
Amer. Legion Oratory 
Award 2 



Chemistry Club 1,2,3,4 




DOUGLAS S. HULBERT 

"Silence is gain to many of 
mankind. " 



ROSEMARY HUNN 

"Vou bear a gentle mind, and heavenly 
blessings follow such creatures. " 



Band 1 

Student Council 1 
Pep Club 2 
Biology Club 2 
Mixed Ensemble 2 
French Club 3 VP 
Choir 3,4 
Operetta 3,4 
Cheerleading 3,4 

Co-Captain 4 
National Honor Society 3,4 

Secretary 4 
Ski Club 1,2,3,4 



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F.T.A. 2,3,4 

VP 4 
Biology Club 1 
Award in I ntro. to 

Algebra 1 



LESTER INGRAM HELEN lOVINO 



"There's mischief in this boy. " "Live all you can; it's a mistake not to. " 




Band 1,2,3,4 

Wind and Percussion 

Ensemble 3,4 
Ski Club 3,4 
Softball 3,4 
Latin Club 2 
Operetta Orchestra 3 
Yearbook Club 4 



PASQUALINO lOVINO KATHY L. JACQUES 



"Don't wake me — let me dream." "Good humour is goodness and wisdom 

combined. " 



V. Football Trainer 2,3,4 
V. Basketball Trainer 2,3 
V. Baseball Manager 1 
Baseball 2 
Varsity Track 3,4 
Science Club 1 
German Club 2,3,4 
Science Fair 1 
Winter Track, Co-Capt. 




Choir 1,2,3,4 
Operetta 1,2,3,4 
Concert and Marching 

Band 1,2,3,4 
Wind and Percussion 

Band 3,4 
Nat'l Honor Society 3,4 
Powderhorn 3 
Math League 2,3,4 
Citizenship Comm. 4 
Piano Club 4 
Yearbook Staff 4 



GLENN JEFFERSON JOLYNNE JOHNSON 



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"Teaching is not a lost art, but the "My inspiration is a challenge to attempt 
regard for it is a lost tradition. the imposs.ble. " 

Epictetus 



Latin Club 2,3,4 
CoPres. 4 
Band 2,3, V.P. 4 
Ski Club 3,4 
Big Brother 4 
Citizenship Comnn. 3 
Prom 3 




Graphics Club 4 
Audio-Visual Aids 2,3 



ALAN K. JOHNSTON 



ROBERT J. KINKEL 



"A sound head, an honest heart, and a "There lives more life in one of your 
fiumble spirit are the three best guides fair eyes, than both your poets can in 
through time and to eternity. " praise devise" 

Shakespeare 




Track 2 
Basketball 3 
Chef's Club 



KAREN E. KINTNER 



TERRENCE VAN KIRK 



"Some are born leaders, and some are 
born followers; but who is to say which 
is the better or more important?" 



"Before me there was none and after me 
there shall be no more. " 



Basketball 1 
Tennis 1 
Band 1,2,3,4 
Pep Band 1,2,3,4 
Biology Club 2 




Biology Club 2 
Future Teachers 3 
President 4 



PETER KIRTON 

"Mocking the air with colors idly spread. " 

Shakespeare 



KRISTINE KLAYS 
"A kind manner and gentle speech. 



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Ski Club 1 
Cooking 2,3 




NICHOLAS LANDRY 
"He hath a stern look, but a gentle heart. " 



Drama Club 3 
Drama Workshop 4 




KAREN L. LARSEN 
"\A/orr\en known the way to rear up 
children; they know a simple, merry, 
tender knack of tying sashes, fitting baby 
shoes, and stringing pretty words that 
make no sence. . . Which things are corals 
to cut life upon, although such trifles." 



Library 3,4 
Prom 3,4 




DEBORAH LEE 

"One of the best things to have up your 
sleeve is a funnybone. " 

Anoyonomus 




Chem, Club 2,3,4 



ERIC H. LARSON 



"Once in a great while a man will 
stumble upon truth. Usually he will get 
right up and hurry off as if nothing had 
happened. " 




Ice Hockey 1,2,3,4 
J. C. L. 1,2,3, 

V.P. 3 
Maintenance Club 4 
Choir 1 



KENNETH D. LARSON 



"If life was only to be wasted the Master 
would not have created life, nor would 
He have created a heart for man to love 
himself and not his brother. " 




Ensembles 1,2,3,4 
Choir 2,3,4 
Biology Club 2 
College Planning 3 
Double Sextette 3,4 
Ski Club 3,4 
Yearbook Club 4 
Pep Club 4 
Yearbook Staff 4 



PATRICIA A. LEE 

"Happiness is like a sunbeam, which the 
least shadow intercepts. 

Chinese Proverb 



Football 1,2,3 

Baseball 2 
Biology Club 2 




THOMAS W. LENTINE 
"The adventure is within us. " 



JO ANNE LINSTROM 

"Mischief thou art afoot, take thou what 
course thou wilt!" 

Ceasar 



Library Club 1,2 
Softball 1,3 
F.T.A. 3 



Biology Club 2 
Chemistry Club 1 
Chess Club 2,3,4 
Jr. Red Cross 1,2 
Photography Club 1 
Powderhorn 1 




RICHARD K. LINDSTROM STEVEN LIPOFSKY 



"The direction in which education starts "Let every man be fully persuaded in his 
a man will determine his future life. " own mind. " 

Plato 




Football 1,2,3 
Chef's Club 1,2 
Monitor 
Class Cabinet 4 
Audio-Visual Aids 1,2 
Psych Club 4 




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DAVID LITTLE 

"He finds the joy of Heaven here on 
earth. " 

Shakespeare 



ROSE MARIE LONGO 
"She is kind as she is fair for beauty 
lives with kindness. " 



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Dramatics 
Audio-Visual Aids 1 




JONATHAN LORD 
'The smile that never comes off. ' 



MARGARET LUCAS 

"Happiness consists in activity: such is 
the constitution of our nature: it is a 
running stream and not a stagnant pool, " 
J. M. Good 



Honor Society 3,4 
Field Hockey 1,2 
Art Club 1,2,3 
Band 1,2,3,4 
Softball 1,2,3,4 
Yearbook Club 4 
Choir 1,2,3 
Ski Club 3,4 



Spanish Club 3,4 
Prom 3 




Field Hockey 1,2,3,4 
Basketball 1,2 
Future Teachers 1 
Art Club 2 
Spanish Club 3,4 
Swimming Program to 
Aid Handicapped 3,4 



TERRENCE LYNCH 
"Unconscious humor. ' 



SUSAN MacCORMACK 

"The thing that goes the farthest towards 
making life worthwhile, that costs the 
least and does the most is just a pleasant 
smile. " 

W, D. Nesbitt 



Yearbook Club 4 
F.T.A. 1 
Art Club 2 
Spanish Club 3 
Majorette 2,3,4 
Honor Society 3,4 
Ski Club 4 
Class Cabinet 4 
Pep Club 4 
Glee Club 1 





Chef's Club 1,2,3,4 



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JEAN MacDOUGALL 
"A cheerful temper will make beauty 
attractive, knowledge delightful and wit 
good-natured. 

A ddison 



DOUGLAS A. MacLEOD 
"/ can resist everything but temptation' 




Choir 1,2,3,4 
Double Sextette 3,4 
Piano Club 3,4 
Mixed Ensemble 2,3,4 
Girls Ensemble 2,3,4 
Boys Ensemble Accompanist 4 
Student Council 3,4 
Treasurer 3 
Class Vice President 4 
Girls State 3 
Honor Society 3,4 
American Legion 
Essay Award 3 
Future Teachers 2 




Football 1,4 
Math League 4 
Debate 1,2 
Track 1 



CHERYL MAJOR 



BARRY MARK MARTINSEN 



"My heart will be blessed with the sound "The only really educated men are self- 
of music, and I'll sing once more. educated. " 

From Sound of Music J. Bennett 



Football 1,2,3,4 
Basketball 1,2,3,4 
Co-Capt. 4 
Baseball 1,2,4 
Track 3 

Student Council 1,2,3,4 
President 4 
Choir 4 
Boys Ensemble 3,4 
Mixed Ensemble 3 




Rifle Team 1 
Track 2 
Electronics 1,2 
President 3 
Student Council 3 



JAMES DRAKE McARTHUR, JR. DENNIS F. McCABE 



"Athletic, charming, congenial and gay; "Let the world slide by, contented am I." 
with all the girls he has a way. " 



Chorus 1 
German Club 2,3 
V, A. Volunteer 2 
Psych. Club 4 
Ski Club 4 
Conservation Club 4 




Football 3 
Basketball 1,2,3,4 
Spanish Club 2,3 



KATHLEEN SUE McCAUGHEY 

"At eighteen everything is possible and 
tomorrow looks friendly. " 

J. Bishop 



NIELS McGRATH 
"Why hurry, I have a lifetime. 



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Track 1,2 
Electronic 1,2 
Physics 4 
Honor Society 4 




FRANK McKIE 

"Man is born free, and everywhere he is 
in chains. " 

Jeane Jacques Rousseau 



PAUL McNAMARA 

"Wit, now and then, strucic smartly, 
shows a sparl<." 

Pryden 



Choir 3,4 

Biology Club 3 

Psych. Glut 4 

Big Brother Progrann 4 

Hockey 4 

Track 3,4 



Cross Country 1,2 
Winter Track 1,2 
Chef's Club 3,4 
Latin Club 1,2 





ROBERT M. MEAD 



JOHN MILLIGAN 



"Sound the sirens, close the schools, "Simple pleasures. . .Are the last refuge 
and get going." of the complex." 



Football 1 
Biology Club 2 
Chef's Club 3 
History Club 4 



Dranna Club 1,3,4 
Tournament of Plays 3,4 
Big Sister 4 




Cheerleading 1,4 
Softball 3,4 
Biology Club 2 
Spanish Club 3 
Pep Club 1,2,3,4 
Jr. Prom 3 
Homecoming 2 
Sr. Prom Comm. 



GAIL MONTGOMERY 



KATHLEEN MOONEY 



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"All my life, I promise, that my reach 
will exceed my grasp. " 



"Ideals are the world's masters. " 



Transfer 4 
FBLA 2,3 
French Club 2,3 
Powderhorn Typist 4 




SUSAN K. MUNDEN 



KATHLEEN A. MURPHY 



"Always do right. This will gratify some "Whose yesterdays look backwards with 
people and astonish the rest. " a smile. " 

Young 



F.T.A. 1 

Glee Club 1 
Pep Club 1,2,3,4 
Ski Club 3,4 
Softball 3,4 
French Club 3 
Executive Council 3 
Yearbook Club 4 
Prom 3,4 
Library Club 4 
Globe Art Award 2 



Chef's Club 1 
Maintenance Club 2 




Football 1 
Chef's Club 1,4 
Maintenance Club 3 



DAVID NELSON 
"Ambition has no rest' 



LESLIE NEVILLE 

"He has a quiet look, but so does dyna- 
mite. " 



Glee Club 1 
Latin Club 1 
Pep Club 1,2,3,4 
College Planning Club 3 
Ski Club 3,4 
Majorettes 4 
Yearbook Club 4 
Prom 3,4 
Psychology 4 




Football 1 
Track 1 
Golf 1,2,3,4 
Math League 1,2,3 
Chem Club 3,4 
Audio-Visual Aids Club 1 
Electronics Club 2 



JO CAROL NEWBERNE 

"To cultivate kindness is a valuable part 
of the business of life. " 



CARL H. NORDSTROM JR. 

"In the day of prosperity be joyful but 
in the day of adversity consider." 

Ecclesiastes 



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Choir 1,2,3,4 
Mixed Ensemble 1,2,4 
Girls Ensemble 1,2,3,4 
French Club 3 
Easter Seal Swimming 
Program 3,4 




Future Teachers 1 
Science Club 1 
German Club 2,3 
Baseball Trainer 2 
Football Trainer 3 
Psych. Club 4 
Big Brother 4 



MAUREEN HELEN O'CONNELL DENNIS O'DONNELL 



"Music is well said to be the speech of "He who strives achieves" 

Angles. " 



Chef's Club 1,2,3,4 
Senior Cabinet 4 
Football 1 
German Club 2 




Softball 3,4 

Girls Ensemble 4 

Mixed Ensemble 4 

Red Cross Volunteer 1,2,3 



WALTER S. OEHME BONNIE OGDEN 

"Good humor is goodness and wisdorr. "A friend may well be reckoned the 
combined. " masterpiece of Nature. " 



Math Club 1 
Hockey 3 
Ski Club 3 




Yearbook Club 4 



JOHN PAKSTIS MARIA PAPPAS 

"A happy soul, that all way To heaven "To friendship every burden's light." 
hath a summer's day. " Gay 
Richard Crashaw 



High School Play 1 
Newspaper 2 
Pep Club 2 
Math Club 2 
Psych. Club 4 

Yearbook Business Editor 4 
Transfer 3 



DAVID B. PASCOE 



DIANE PASCUCCI 



"He excels in what we prize, lie's a fiero "The essential ingredient of life is hap- 
in our eyes." piness, based on a thing called love." 



Softball 2 
Tennis 3 
Majorette 3 
Class Treasurer 3 
Student Council 2 




Hockey 1.2,3,4 
Maintenance Club 2,4 
Electronics Club 1,3 
Audio-Visual Aids 



PATRICIA PATE 



STEVEN PERRY 



"A sunny heart wins many lasting friend- 
ships. " 



"Appearances are deceiving, for mischief 
lurks within." 



Rifle Team 1,2,3,4 
Capt. 4 
Baseball 2,3,4 




LARRY D. PHARRIS 

"Don't give up the ship. " 

Capt. James Mugford 



RICHARD C. PIERCE 

"Silly people run around-they worry me 
and never ask me why they don't get 
past my door." Lennon 



Missile Editor-in-Chief 
Honor Society 3,4 
Golf 3,4 

Spanish Club 2,3 
Monitor 4 
Yearbook Club 4 



F.T.A. 1 

French Club 2,3 
Pres. 3 

Field Hockey 1,2,3,4 
Ski Club 3,4 
Folksinging Club 2 
Nat'l. Latin Hon. Soc. 3 
Prom 3,4 
Yearbook 4 
Ass't Literary Ed. 




NANCY F. PILLA 
'A smile to each, a friend to all." 



Transfer 3 
Monitor 4 




RICHARD E. POTTER 



"The carefree way finds happiness." 



Pep Club 1,2 
German Club 3 
Modern Dance Club 3 
Prom Comm. 3 
Handbook and 
Receptions Comm. 3 
Transfer 4 
Cabinet 4 
Make-up Crew 4 
Psych. Club 4 
Ski Club 4 




DONNA L. QUIST 
"Hope! A waking dream!" 

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\ Nat'l Junior Honor 
Society 1 
Pep Club 2 
F.T.A. 3 

GEORGIA A. POSZGAI 
"Life was meant to be kept alive." 




Football 1,2,3,4 
Baseball 1,2,3,4 
Hockey 2,3,4 
Charles Davin Trophy 3 



WILLIAM E. PRIMMERMAN 



"Desire and hustle are two keys to suc- 
cess in anything. " 




Football 1,2,3,4 
Baseball 1,2,3,4 



ALBERT JOHN RAZZABONI 

"Adventure is the vitamizing element in 
histories, both individual and social. " 

William Bolitho 



G.A.A, 1,2,3 
Softball 2,3 
Pep Club 1,2,3 
Prom 3 
Music Club 2 
Psych. Club 4 
Gymnastics 1,2 




Freshman Football 
Spanish Club 2,3 



ROBi:. L. REEl 



BRUCE RICHARDSON 



"When all else is lost, the future still "Sincere and modest, success is for him. 
remains. " 



Football 1 
Audio-Visual Club 1,2 





Drama Club 3,4 



RICHARD ROBERT RIESSLE 



LAURA RIVET 



'We fight not to enslave, but to make "She is modest but not bashful; free and 
room upon the earth for honest men to easy, but not bold." 
live in. " 

T. Paine 



Field Hockey 1,2,3 
Basketball 3 
Softball 2,3 
Arts Club 2 




CELESTE M. ROBERSON 
"Smile and the world smiles with you. ' 




Softball 1,2,3 
Basketball 3 



DIANE ROGERS 

"The highest of distinctions is service 
to others." 



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Math League 1,2,3,4 
Chemistry Club 2 
Honor Society 3,4 



FREDERICK ROSS ANDREW ROTSTEIN 



"To be strong is to be happy." 



Pep Club 1,2,3 
Drama Club 2,3 
Newspaper 1,2 
Psych. Club 4 




Football 1,2 
Latin Club 1,2,3,4 
Ski Club 3,4 
Golf 1,2 



BARBARA RUE THOMAS RUETENI K 



". . .that one might read the book of "Humor is a drug which it's the fashion 
fate, and see the revolutions of the times to abuse." 
make mountains level. . . " 

Shakespeare 



Dance Band 1 
String Ensemble 1 
Choir 1,2,3,4 
Winter Track 1,2 
Spring Track 1,2,3,4 
Football 3 
Monitor 4 
Marine Bio. Club 4 
Senior Play 
Folk Guitar Club 3 




GAA 2 

Student Representative 3 
Prom 4 
Softball 1 
Yearbook Club 4 



RICHARD A. SALOME FRANCES SCHNEBLIN 

Life's a pleasant institution, let's take "Talk happiness. The world is sad e- 
it as it comes." nough—" 



Tennis 1,2,3,4 
Record Club 3 
Psych. Club 4 
Art Club 2 
Thespians 2 
French Club 1 
Folk Club 1,2 
Senior Cabinet 4 
Yearbook Staff 4 
Ensemble 2,3,4 



Art Club 4 
Ski Club 3 
Drama Club 3 
Transfer 4 




Honor Society 3,4 
Spring Track 3 
Chess Club 3.4 



SARAH JO SCHWERIN 

"Mark four and strike. In the hierarchy 
of numbers, one ranks first. Your ir- 
rationality places you near to last, or 
approximately infinity." 

L. Kuh 



LAWRENCE J. SEIMIO 



"My man's as true as steel. " 



Shakespeare 




Basketball 2 
Folk Club 3 
Transfer 2 



BEIMITA SETTLES 



DAVID E. SEYMOUR 



"No one reaches a high position without "To play great music, you must keep 



daring. 



your eyes on a distant star. " 

Yehudi Menuhin 




Graphics Club 4 
Maintenance Club 2 




NELSON SHAW 
'That which before us lies in daily life 



is the prime wisdom. 



John Milton 



ROBERT SHAW 

"There are some silent people who are 
more interesting than the best talkers." 



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Powder Horn 3 
Yearbook Staff 4 




SANDRA SILVA 
"Better a mischief than an inconvenience' 



CHARLES SINCLAIR 

"An ounce of wit is worth a pound of 
sorrow. " 

Richard Baxter 



F.T.A. 1 

Art Club 1,2, 
Spanish Club 2,3 

V.P. 3 
Dramatics 1 ,2 
Thespians 2,3,4 
Newspaper Club 1 
Yearbook 4 
Prom 3,4 
Pep Club 1,2,3,4 



F.T.A. 1 

Rifle Team 1 
A.V. 2 
Chef's Club 3 
Basketball 1 





BRUCE E. SMITH 



JUDITH SMITH 



"The language of friendship is not words "He knows most who speaks least, 
but meanings." 

Thoreau 



Drama Club 1 
F.T.A. 2,3 
Yearbook Club 4 
Band 1,2,3,4 
Concert & Marching 

Band 1,2,3,4 
Tars 4 

Wind & Percussion 2,3,4 



Softball 3,4 
Field Hockey 3,4 
Red Cross 1 
, A. Volunteer 2,3 
Latin Club 1,2,3 
Psych Club 4 
Yearbook 4 
Ski Club 2,4 





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SHIRLEY L. SPARKS 

There is nothing half so sweet in life 
as love's young dream. " 



KATHLEEN STEFFES 

"Nothing endures but personal 
qualities." 



Transfer 4 
Hockey J.V. 1 
Swimming Team 1,2 
Concert Choir 1 
Glee Club 3 
German Club 2 
Basketball 2 
Psych. Club 4 




Majorettes 2,3,4 
Drama Club 1 
Psych. Club 4 
Talent Show 1 




Football 1,3,4 
Baseball 1,2,3,4 
Hockey 4 



MARTHA L. STITT JAMES FRANCIS SULLIVAN 

'The carefree way finds hiappiness." "It isn't necessarily by size tfiat you win. 



Basketball 1,2 
Baseball 1,3 
Track 1 
Band 1,2,3 
College Planning 3 




French Club 1,2 
Ski Club 3,4 
Math League 1,2,3,4 
Latin Honor Society 3 
Yearbook Literary 

Editor 4 
Honor Society 3,4 
Merit Commendation 4 



CARL F. SZABO 



JOAN TALKINGTON 



"One cannot always be a hero, but one "No man is an island entire in it self;. . . 
can always be a man." ^ny man's death diminishes me, for I am 

involved in mankind. " 

John Donne 



Art Club 1 
Ensembles 2,3,4 
Citizenship 2 
H.R. Representative 3 
Field Hockey 3 
Powderhorn 2,3 
Yearbook Art Editor 4 
Prom 3,4 
F.T.A. 3 
Choir 4 




DIANE B. TARBELL 

"Happiness seems made to be 
shared. " 



ROBERT TAVARES 

"A goodly portly man, of a cheerful 
look, a pleasing eye, and most noble 
carriage. " 

Shakespeare 



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Basketball 2,3 
Track 1,2,3,4 
Student Council 1,2 
Chef's Club 1,3 
Art Club 2,4 




Marine Biology 2 
Orchester 1,2,3,4 



PAUL CURTIS TAYLOR 



THOMAS H. TAYLOR 



"Imagination is more important than "If a man does not keep pace with his 



knowledge. 



companions, perhaps it is because he 
hears a different drummer." 



Chess Club 3 
Basketball 1 
Ski Club 4 
Baseball 2 
Transfer 3 




Latin Club 4 



BILL W. THARP 



GARY THOMAS 



"He left a name at which the "The grass isn't always greener in the 

world grew pale to point a other fellow's yard." 

moral or adorn a tale." Johnson 



Latin Club 4 




F.T.A. 1 

Art Club 2 
Folk Song Club 1,2 
Record Club 3 
Big Sister 4 
Yearbook Staff 4 
Girls Ensemble 2,3,4 
Mixed Ensemble 2,3,4 
J.V, Tennis 1 



GEOFFREY THOMAS 
"Life is a road of up's and down's." 



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GRETCHEN TICE 

"You can muffle the drum, and you can 
loosen the strings of the lyre, but who 
shall command the skylark not to sing?" 

Kahlil Cibran 



Yearbook Staff 3,4 
Ass't. Art Editor 




DIANNE TOMPKINS 



STEPHEN C. TREMBLAY 



"Her ways are ways of pleasantness and "What should a man do but be merry." 



all her paths are peace. " 

Proverbs III. 16.17 



Shakespeare 



Football 1 



Cheerleader 3,4 
Softball 1,2,3,4 
Basketball 2 
Volleyball 1 
Pep Club 1,2,3,4 
Yearbook Club 4 




Latin Club 1 
Honor Society 3,4 
Nat'l. Latin Honor Soc. 1,3 
Art Club 1 



JOAN VALVA 



BARBARA WALEYKO 



"Life is not life at all without delight." "True progress quietly and persistently 

moves along without notice." 



Glee Club 1 
J. V. Basketball 2 
Majorette 1,2,3 
Captain 4 





VIRGINIA M. WALSH 

"Character is higher than intellect" 

Emerson 



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Field Hockey 1,2,3,4 
Basketball 1,2,3,4 
Softball 1,2,3,4 
Band 1,2,3,4 
F.T.A. 2 



MAJORIE E. WEED 



"A friend is never known till one has 
need. " 



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Football 2,3,4 
Track 2,3,4 
Tennis 1 
Band 1,2,3,4 
Pep Band 1,2,3,4 
Monitor 4 
Choir 1,2,3,4 




Field Hockey 1,2,3,4 

Basketball 1,2,3,4 

Softball 1,4 

F.T.A. 1,2,3 

Band 1,2,3 

Ski Club 1,2,3,4 

Psych. Club 4 

Red Cross Volunteer 3 

Handicapped Swim Program 4 



GREGORY W. WHITLEY JUDITH E. WHITTIER 



"The only gift is a portion of tfiyself." ". . .youth is full of sport." 



Track Team 
Spanish Club 
Psycology Club 
Red Cross Volunteer 
Fernal School Volunteer 
Big Brother Program 




Art Club 1 



DOUGLAS J. WILDS DONNA WILSON 



"People always expect more of you if "/f friendship is an art. then she is an 
you have natural curly hair. " artist. " 



G.A.A. 1,2 

Yearbook 4 
Softball 2 
Psych. Club 4 




French Club 2 
Big Brother Club 4 
Certificate of Merit- 
Boston Globe 4 
Yearbook 4 



LINDA J. WILSON PAULA JEAN WINCHENBAUGH 

"However rare true love is, true friend- "Art is the painting of soul." 

ship is rarer." 





LESLEY KENNEDY 

'We are shaped and fashioned by what 
we love. " 

Tryon Edwards 



F.T.A. 1,3 
French Club 2 
Drama 4 
Thespians 3,4 

Best Supporting Actress Award, 
Tournament of Plays 2,3,4 



TIMOTHY DOLAN 

"He is always laughing, for he has an 
infinite deal of wit." 

Football 1,2,3,4 
Baseball 1,2,3,4 
Basketball 1 
Choir 1,2 
Marine Biology Club 2 

RODNEY BLAKE 

"A poet can survive everything but a 
misprint. " 

Oscar Wilde 



Future Teachers 1 
Dramatics 2,3,4 

PETER PETERSON 



"All I can do is to make money! 



Varsity Baseball 3 
J.V. Baseball 2 

WILLIAM CLIFFORD 



'The consciousness of good intention..." 



ERIC THURKINS 

"The world belongs to the enthusiast who 
keeps cool. " 

Basketball 1,2,3 

A.J.M.C. 1,2,3 

Band 2,3 

R.F.I. 1 Pres. 2,3 

N.E.D.T. Top Ten Award 1 



TOM MATHIESON 

"Life is a tragedy for those who feel, 
and a comedy for those who think." 



Student Council 3 
Golf 1,2,3,4 



STEPHEN MURPHY 



"Step after step the ladder is ascended." 



WALLACE HURD 



DEBORAH LUBELL 



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Steven Glovinsky, PRESIDENT 
Robert Carlson, VICE PRESIDENT 
Rosemary Hunn, SECRETARY 
Michelle Bille, TREASURER 



Christine Allison 
Arthur Anderson 
Cindy Drabik 
Barbara Duckworth 
Christina Friel 
Kenneth Huibregtse 
JoLynne Johnson 
Deborah Lubell 



Margaret Lucas 
Jean MacDougall 
Cheryl Major 
Frank McKie 
Richard Pierce 
Andrew Rotstein 
Lawrence Senio 
Joan Talkington 



Barbara Waleyko 



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To the Class of 1968: 

In this day of confused issues, varied ideals, 
and a need to be someone, and sometimes at the 
expense of our own dignity and that of our family 
and country, we lose the true meaning of the word 
"patriotism." 

At times it seems patriotism is a dirty word. 

Patriotism can mean many things to many 
people. It may be a lump in your throat as the 
Flag passes, a visit to Independence Hall, a willing- 
ness to listen to dignified dissent but an irresistible 
urge to speak out against unjustified criticism. 

Patriotism is love of country that knows no 
bounds of race or color. It is Abraham Lincoln, 
Jesse Owens, Bob Hope. 

It is the common denominator— the bond 
which has transformed a wilderness into the 
brightest, richest sanctuary of freedom in the 
world. 

Will you use your acquired knowledge, your 
newly developed freedom, your ability to express 
yourself to support the ideals of your country or 
will you join the few who see little good in our 
philosophy? 

No, Patriotism is Not a dirty word. 




Edward H. Gillespie, 
Principal 




It has been said that 
"Knowledge comes by taking 
things apart, analysis. But wis- 
dom comes by putting things to- 
gether." May your future be 
bright with wisdom derived 
from knowledge. 

B. Gollis 

Assistant Principal 



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It is a pleasure to wish the Class of 1968 
well in their educational and vocational pur- 
suits. Never before have the citizens been 
nnore eager to invest in your education, and 
they expect more. It is the fond hope of the 
educators of the Bedford Public Schools that 
the graduates take advantage of the opportun- 
ities for the benefit of each individual and the 
nation as a whole. 

Ado Commito, 
Assistant Superintendent 
of Schools 



The availability of educational nnedia to 
you, the students of this era, provides you 
with an unlimited opportunity to learn in 
direct ratio to your intensity of interest, your 
applied effort, and your individual intellect- 
ual endowment. Whatever constructive goals 
you may establish for your life endeavors are 
within reach but do require some high degree 

of perseverance and determination to achieve 
them. 

Each of you has the potential to make 
a real contribution to the progress of the 
world community. Your personal qualities 
will determine in large measure just what you 
will contribute to the future. 

May I say that it has been my great priv- 
ilege to have known you as students and to 
have had a part in your total educational pre- 
paration to this point. My best wishes are 
with you as you move ahead to higher educa- 
tion and vocational living. 

John Glenn, 

Superintendent of Schools 




MR. TINGLEY 
CHAIRMAN 



MRS. CALLAHAN 



MR. WHEELER 






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MRS. FOWLER 




MR. RANCATORE 



MR. PALMER 



MRS. CORBETT 




MRS. APICELLA 



MR. BETOURNEY 



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MISS O'SULLIVAN 



MRS. SEGAL 



MRS. THOMPSON 




Miss Dowlinq 



Mr. Vinagro 



Mrs. Kahn 



LIBRARIAN 



READING 



FAMILY LIVING 
PROGRAM 



HOME ECONOMICS 



Miss McLaughlin 



Miss Vaughan 





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Bedford 24 Ashland 6 

The football team opened its season with an impressive victory over Ashland. Performing well on both 
offense and defense the squad scored early and held their lead throughout the game. Bedford's running 
attack was highly successful with junior back. Bob McGrath scoring three touchdowns and Greg Richardson 
scoring another. 

Bedford 19 Acton 12 

In a hard-fought contest, the "Bucs" defeated their opponent from Acton on a second half touchdown by 
Jim McArthur. The decisive points came late in the game, when McArthur plunged over from the one yard 
line. The remainder of the points were scored by Bob McGrath on runs of three yards and eleven yards. 

Bedford 27 Maynard 

In what was to be a game with a stiff competitor, Bedford easily routed Maynard 27-0. The team 
capitalized on their opponents' mistakes and went on to total their highest offensive output of the season. 
Jim MacArthur was on target as he hit Greg Brzeski in the end-zone twice; Bob McGrath and Greg 
Richardson scored six points each on the ground and Oscar du Priest booted three extra points. 

Bedford 21 Westwood 8 

The Buccaneers traveled to Westwood and found little competition as they triumphed 21-8. The defensive 
squad contained the opposition in a commendable fashion, holding them scoreless through three quarters. 
Offensively, Bedford's running attack proved effective once again with Bob McGrath scoring his seventh 
and eighth touchdowns of the year and Greg Richardson adding one more to his total. 



Bedford Lynnfield 14 

The first defeat is always the most disappointing, and such was the case for Bedford. Lynnfield entered the 
game with little hope for victory, but caught the Buccaneers off-balance and scored on the opening 
kick-off. They never relinquished the lead. Bedford fought back a number of times, but it was not to be. 
Each time Lynnfield held strong and at the final gun the score stood, Bedford 0, Lynnfield 14. 

Bedford 14 N. Reading 18 

Top-ranked North Reading came to Bedford expecting a battle, and they got one. In a hard-fought contest 
from the whistle, both teams moved the ball well. Bedford's scores came on two McArthur-Brzeski pass 
plays, one of which covered twenty-five yards. The score see-sawed back and forth until late in the second 
half, when North Reading tallied the decisive points. Bedford made a final assault, only to have it voided 
because of penalties. 

Bedford Wayland 30 

In their last home game of the season, Bedford had little to be happy about. Class D Champ, Wayland, 
entered the game with high spirits and found Bedford unable to pull together an offense or defense; they 
took advantage of the situation scoring early and often. For Bedford, the defeat proved costly, as Allyn 
Winslow was injured and lost for the remainder of the season. 




Bedford 6 Weston 14 

The Buccaneers were denied their fifth victory once again— this time by Weston. Bedford dominated the 
first half, and scored as Jim McArthur lofted a twenty-five yard pass to Greg Brzeski, but could not hold 
onto the lead. Weston came back strong following half-time, scoring twice. The game marked the end of 
Dual County League play in which Bedford finished with a 3 and 3 record. 

Bedford 6 Burlington 

In the traditional Thanksgiving Day game, Bedford avenged their last year's defeat by dumping Burlington, 
6-0. It was a rain-soaked, mud-covered field that saw the Buccaneers defensive front four all but annihilate 
the opponents' offense. Jack Hilker, Bill Murphy, Bruce Czulada, and Tim Edwards put constant pressure 
on Burlington, causing fumbles and assorted mistakes. Offensively, Bedford's score came when Jim McArthur 
ran the ball over following a long pass play to Bill Murphy. Greg Richardson played a fine game, running the 
ball well on offense. 

The outstanding player award went to captain, Greg Brzeski, who once again played a great game. Besides 
his pass-receiving duties, Greg also ran on a few occasions, keeping the offense moving. 



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79 





MAJORETTES 




Jean MacDougall, JoCarol Newberne, Ginger Walsh, Marti Stitt, Nancy Bolduc 




81 



VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY 





86 



CROSS COUNTRY 



The Dual County League Co-Champions for the past two years, the Bedford Cross 
Country team was dethroned in 1967. In a season marked with its ups and downs, the 
young squad experienced a 10 and 4 record and finished second in the league. 

The team was led in scoring by senior co-captains Ernie Druan and Steve Grove, 
both three year veterans. Following them up were underclassmen Rich Lousararian, 
Steve Gellatly, Jim Giencke, and Gary Hanson. 



MEET RESULTS 



1ST BEDFORD RUNNER 



BEDFORD 

BEDFORD 

BEDFORD 

BEDFORD 

LINCOLN 

BEDFORD 

WESTON 

BEDFORD 

BEDFORD 

ASHLAND 

BEDFORD 

BEDFORD 

BEDFORD 

WESTON 



20 
19 
20 
26 
22 
15 
15 
15 
21 
24 
23 
25 
15 
15 



WAY LAND 

ASHLAND 

BEDFORD 

WESTWOOD 

BEDFORD 

LYNNFIELD 

WAYLAND 

BEDFORD 



CONCORD 
BURLINGTON 



37 
41 
40 
31 
33 
50 
44 
50 
40 
32 
35 
35 
50 
46 



Ernie Druan 
Steve Grove 
Ernie Druan 
Ernie Druan 
Jim Giencke 
(tie) 



Steve Grove 
Steve Grove 
Jim Gienke 
Steve Grove 



LYNNFIELD 



Rich Lousararian 



LINCOLN 

WESTWOOD 

BEDFORD 



Ernie Druan 
Ernie Druan 
Steve Gellatly 



VARSITY ICE HOCKEY 



Coaches Sainato and Gates injected some spirit 
into the Hockey Team last winter, and their efforts 
were rewarded. Bedford moved out of the cellar 
and displayed fine play throughout the season. 
Although the team was inconsistent in the winning 
column, Bedford always provided lots of excite- 
ment. 

Outstanding players were numerous, but the 
one who best exemplified Bedford's determina- 
tion was Bill Primmerman. Playing steadily and 
showing much hustle. Bill was in on nearly all the 
action. Because of his good sportsmanship and 
excellent play, he co-shared the title of "Dual 
County League Most Valuable Player." 



Opponent Bedford 

Lynnfield 9 

Lincoln 1 1 

Wayland 6 

Newton-South 8 2 

Weston 2 

Acton 1 5 

Lynnfield 5 1 

Lincoln 2 

Westwood 

Wayland 7 

Weston 2 2 

Newton-South 4 1 

Acton 2 1 



After a slow start the Varsity Basketball Team 
completed its season with a 7-10 record. Winning four 
of its last six games, Bedford finished fifth in the Dual 
County League. 

The squad was led in scoring by Terry Kirk (aver- 
aging over seventeen points per game), and coupled 
with Greg Brzeski's clutch play and Jim McArthur's 
fine outside shooting, Bedford was a threat to all 
opponents. 

The team was well balanced and comprised 
mostly of juniors, which is encouraging for next 
year. John Dalhausen, Rad Moeller, and Tim Edwards 
led the underclassman's Varsity representation. 

The Junior Varsity team enjoyed a fine 10-7 
season under coach Adams. Displaying promising 
prospects for the coming seasons, the squad's chief 
contributors were Joe Sainato, Roy Russell, and Jay 
Porter. 



VARSITY JUNIOR VARSITY 

0pp. Bedford 0pp. Bedford 



WESTFORD 


62 


38 


48 


63 


CONCORD 


61 


44 


55 


39 


LINCOLN 


61 


47 


31 


42 


WESTWOOD 


65 


50 


52 


45 


LYNNFIELD 


53 


61 


34 


20 


ASHLAND 


66 


73 


37 


70 


WAYLAND 


'^^ 




OH 


o / 


WESTON 


72 


43 


30 


54 


ACTON 


81 


65 


42 


40 


LINCOLN 


32 


57 


32 


46 


WESTWOOD 


88 


59 


57 


35 


LYNNFIELD 


57 


73 


26 


54 


ASHLAND 


50 


67 


21 


47 


WAYLAND 


55 


60 


23 


42 


WESTON 


67 


51 


45 


44 


ACTON 


79 


66 


50 


41 


WESTFORD 


51 


50 


34 


54 



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INDOOR TRACK 



Coach Powers found his work cut out for him last year trying to 
build a track team with only three returning lettermen. After a disap- 
pointing start, the squad developed rapidly and finished strong, but not 
until suffering five defeats. The team's final record read 2-5. Top per- 
formers included Glenn Jefferson, Ernie Druan, Dave Pascoe, Jack Hilker, 
Vern Hatch, and Steve Grove. 





Bedford 


Opponent 


Westwood 


23 


63 


Wayland 


20 


66 


Lincoln 


30 


55 


Ashland 


30 


56 


Weston 


18 


68 


Lynnfield 


55 


33 


Acton 


53 


33 



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GIRLS BASKETBALL 



Michele Bille, Kathy Murphy, Celeste Roberson, Diane Rogers, 
Marjorie Weed, Phyliss Barnett, Sandy Bolduc, Kathy Dickson, 
Elena LeCerva, Margaret Linehan, Cheryl Milly, Montajean Neil, 
Judy Beecy, Linda Comley, Alyson King, Manager; Mrs. Black, 
Coach. 





Opponent 


Bedford 


WAYLAND 


47 


15 


WESTWOOD 


34 


14 


WILMINGTON 


31 


11 


ASHLAND 


36 


22 


WAYLAND 


36 


22 


ACTON 


37 


20 


WESTWOOD 


41 


30 


BURLINGTON 


30 


22 


WILMINGTON 


38 


16 


ACTON 


29 


25 



100 



VARSITY BASEBALL 




JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL 



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RIFLE TEAM 



The rifle squad, coached by Mr. Keup, competed in the Middlesex Scholastic Rifle League 
last winter, and although the team did not enjoy the best of seasons, they held their own in the 
matches. 

Consistent high scorers included Larry Pharris, Dean Lowe, Jim Lovering, Steve Bell, 
Bob Dishman, and Ed Parrish. 




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ACTIVITIES DIRECTORY 



ART CLUB 



Mr. Mietzner 

Marsha Karlson, Cheryl Rogers, Ted Tremblau, Betty Rivard, Wendy Harry, Denise Kapframer, Linda Mangian, Cathy Dickson, Kathy Colombo, 
Dianne Dempsey, Nancy Murphy, Benita Settles, Debby Bryan, Maurine Hill, David Kerman, Sharon Bolton, Mike Hoots, Pat McDonough. 



AUDIO VISUAL CLUB 



Mr. Morse 

Stephen Bell, President; Paul Deimling, Treasurer; Stephen Geriek, John Hamilton, Buzz Coleman, Edward Parrish, Tim Edwards. 



BIOLOGY CLUB 



Mr. Palmer, Mrs. Corbett 

Marcha Sternberg, Secretary; Gretchen Schafer, Gary Fields, Donald Grassi, Nathan Kimble, John Burrows, David Titus, Don Sledge, Mike 
Scruggs, Carl Ciak. 



CHAMBER MUSIC CLUB 



Woodwind Quintet: David Dill, David Faucher, Linda Thurrell, Linda Tuttle, Beth Brown. Clarinet Quintet: Mary Davis, Philip Feeley, Pam 
Gilfillan, Ward Dill, Nancy Ridenour. Pep Band: Dean Groves, Glenn Acker, Peter Kirton, Bruce Gianetta, Jack Glenn, Joe O'Neil, Bruce Robin- 
son, Adam Rietz, Eric Filios, Dan Libby, Stephen Mudgett, Carl Wulfsberg, Howard Emerson, Greg Whitley, George Kinser. 




108 



CHEFS CLUB 



Miss Vaughan 

Paul Taylor, John Bradley, Paul Harrison, Les Neville, Don Mclntyre, Jim Sullivan, Bob Mead, Douglas MacLeod, Bob Hinkley, Terry Kirk, 
Walter Oehme, Tony Bellengi, Philip Ballou. 



CHEMISTRY CLUB 

Mr. Rancatore 

Mike Dubbury, Del Jenson, Judy Rice, Mike Repucci, Carl Nordstrom, Rad Moeller, Eric Larson, Douglas Hulbert, Dave Herald, Jim Ryder, Jim 
Lovering, Dean Lowe, Cynthia Brush, Virginia Runkle, Susan Gumb, Art Kent, Jim Schultz, Lee Winter. 



CHESS CLUB 

Mrs. Golley 

Steve Glovinsky, President; Charles Gilfillan, Richard Lindstrom, John Maksimik, Tom Jacobson, Bill O'Neil, Tom Bush, Larry Senio, John 
Weaver, Jon Christiano, Mike Sullivan, Jon Debonis, Jim Shaughnessey, Wayne Neil, Mark Pilla, Gary Walquist, Jim Hodgkins, Richard Donovan, 
Brian Lewis, John Kean, Greg Smith, Jim Horton, David McAuliffe, Eric Lindstrom, Chris Leary. 



CITIZENSHIP COMMITTEE 

Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Langdon 

Rawn Forte, Richard Banks, Co-Chairmen; JoLynne Johnson, Secretary; Alan Johnson, Paul Kimball, Jennifer Blaisdell, Rad Moeller, Kathy 
Brooks, Maurine Hill, Paula Kean, Marcia Connor, Kathy Long, Ken Pederson, Mary Lou McKenna, Mark Moeller. 



COLLEGE PLANNING 

Mrs. Budd 

Palmer Awtrey, President; Jean Higgins, Vice-President; Kathy Murphy, Secretary; Sue Jacobson, Becky Brown, Richard Lousararian, Dave Hoo, 
Joan Mulligan. 

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CONVERSATION CLUB 



Mr. Healy 

James Allard, President; Jeff DeBonis, Vice-President; Jean Bolton, Secretary, Mark Letizi, Kathy Schwerin, Vernon Rivet, Judy Falabeila, Gary 
Falabella, Bruce Seal, James Unsworth, Richard Hemmenway. 



CREATIVE WRITING CLUB 



Mr. McCarthy 

Paul Kimball, Marcia Conner, Sean Duffy, Elizabeth Coules, Deborah Wittenauer, Heather Lenz, Robert Gaylord, Richard Band. 



DEBATING CLUB 

Mr. Vinagro 

Cynthia Brush, Brenda DeLozier, Vernon Hatch, Jack Hilker, Richard Trifiro, David Tatosian, Steve Glovinsky, Lyn Hinyub. 



DRAMA CLUB 

Mr. Case 

Laura Rivet, Dorri DeOme, Gail Montgomery, Val Herzog, Kathy Stander, Patty Donovan, Sheila Hemmingson, Donna Duffy, Claudia Edge, 
Beverly Andrews. 



FRENCH CLUB 



Mr. Dietz, Mrs. Smith 

Mark Bloomquist, President; Betsy Payne, Vice-President; Sandi Brady, Treasurer; Cathey Menasean, Secretary; Suzie Crump, Mike Pittman, 
Debra Racombe, Margaret Sansom, Kathy Long, Dotti Allison, Linda Cairns, Nancy Lewis, Deb Monahan, Pat Flanagan, Lee Ann Torigian, Vir- 
ginia O'Neil, Liz Hammond, Elena Filios, Mell Stubbs, Jeanette Mann. 



FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB 

Mrs. Lemerise 

Kris Klays, President; Linda Duck, Treasurer; Maria Cloutier, Secretary, Diane Haywood, Sue MacArthur, Sue Gaylord, Judy Hartwell, Gail 
Mazzaro, Janet Porter, Judy Sonsa, Helen lovino, Nancy Roye, Karen Brady, Lourdes Henebrey, Barbara Nolan, Martha Atwood, Theresa Mckie, 
Sheila McQuaid, Kathy Connaly, Kathy Mraz, Meg Cooper, Kim Sherman. 



GERMAN CLUB 



Mrs. Thompson 

Jim Moffet, President; Jim Miller, Vice-President; Melanie Hair, Secretary; Hedy Reitz, Carl Maier, Wayne Bloomquist, Karl Laudenslager, Susan 
Purdy, Gordon Forsythe, Dave Barrett, Cynthia Welt, Linda Ciak, John Patterson, Nina Reaveau, Craig Kvamme, Mary Ricci, Gayle Grimm, Jim 
Ogatt, Gregg Immler, Tex Mason, Randy Shields. 



GRAPHICS CLUB 

Mr. DiPietro 

Bob Kinkel, President; Nelson Shaw, Vice-President; Mike Workman, Secretary; Gary Grable, Dave McGrath, Rick Emery, David Fitch, Gary 
Hanson, Mike Cosman, Doug Erdman, Cris Kinsey. 



HISTORY CLUB 



Mr. Lewis, Mr. Wedge 

Chris Ballou, Phyllis Barnette, Carl Bumbaca, Sandy Bolduc, Kathy Bothwell, Kathy Brooks, Bill Brown, Barbara Burns, Paul Cassldy, Mark 
Christian, Carrie Clark, Jim Crump, John Daelhousen, Morgan Lewis, Lesley Dolan, David Hoo, Ken Dirken, Jeff Edge, Paul Fay, Peter Garrity, 
Bic Hartwell, Jan Henderson, Nancy Henley, Kathy Keiley, Barbara Kace, Rick Larsen, Meg Linehan, Rich Louisarian, Jaannette Mann, Maureen 
McCann, Bob McGrath, Scott McLaughlin, Carol McNamara, Cindy O'Malley, Martha Muier, Carl Miller, Kathy Murphy, Frank Raffello, Tom 
Rivet, Paul Romano, Chuck Schlemer, Bob Wilds, Tom Mooney, Mark Trembly, Julie Draim, Steve Easterday, Paul Higson, Debbie Maher, Diane 
Biggio. 



HUMAN RELATIONS COUNCIL 

Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Langdon 

Rawn Forte, Richard Banks, Co-Chairmen; JoLynne Johnson, Secretary; Alan Johnson, Paul Kimball, Jennifer Blalsdell, Rad Moeller, Kathy 
Brooks, Maurine Hill, Paula Keen, Marcia Connor, Kathy Long, Ken Pederson, Mary Lou McKenna, Mark Moeller, Cathy Normand, James Bell. 



LATIN CLUB 



Mrs. Herrling 

Alan Johnston, Mac Herrling, Co-Presidents; Karen Ahearn, Treasurer; Jane MacDowell, Secretary; Jim Bell, Cheryl Smith, Bob Harrison, Rich- 
ard Trifiro, Steve Lipofsky, Gary Thomas, Geoff Thomas, Tom Ruetenick, Judy Nelson, Jennifer Baker, Margaret Donovan, Rita Waleyko, Nancy 
Talkington, Lisa Heisler, Eddie Pallotta, Cathy Normanns, Debbie Fairbanks, Richard Eccleston, Gail Palmerl, Gail Donavan, Robert Welt, Louise 
Barton, Leslie Ahearn, Scooter Heisler, Calmin Cronch. 



LIBRARY CLUB 

Miss Dowling 

Margaret Champney, President; Debbie Lee, Vice-President; Peggy Geary, Treasurer; Phyllis Courtney, Secretary. Elena LaCerva, Barbara Farrell, 
Mary Jane Daelhousen, Stephen Coombs, Merrell Bergin. 

MAINTENANCE CLUB 

Mr. Carlson, Mr. LaVoie 

Kenneth Larson, Philip Robinson, George Sherman, James Blanten, Richard Ellis, Robert Nickerson, David Hurd, Keneth Pederson, George Mark- 
ward, Robert Clark. 

Ill 



MATH LEAGUE 



Miss Flangheddy, Mr. Houle 

Andrew Rotstein, Team Captain; Ken Huibregtse, Robert Brand, Arthur Anderson, Michelle Bille, Robert Carlson, JoLynne Johnson, Barry 
Martinson, Bruce Czulada, Martin Schafer, Jim Gienke, Jon Burros, David Dill, Roger Johnson, Keith Antill, Paul Goguen, Ron Harvey, Aldie 
Johnson, Cynthia Mildram. 



PHILOSOPHY CLUB 

Miss Williams 

Joanne Barner, Gretchen TIce, Bill Wilson, Maryann Church, Martin Schafer, Kathy Dickerson, Kathy Bothwell, Gail Grassi, Sarah Schwerin, 
Jody Evens. 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB 



Mr. Drivas 

Bob Dombrowski, David Barnett, Chris Armstrong, Tony Baudanza, Bill Brezeski, David Crook, Mike Bissante, Dave Faulkner, Bill Barbieri, 
Brian Doherty, Martin Mooney, Ralph Sparks, James Yasinski, Randy Scott, Jim Wicher, Bob Atwood, Don Anderson, Alan Hansen, Jay 
Giaccarini, Tom Hale, Mike Long, Steven Hooper, David Lentine, John Franks, Keven Kemyston, Jim Church. 



PHYSICS CLUB 

Mr. Wheeler 

Frank McKie, Wally Hurd. 

PIANO CLUB 

Mr. Phinney 

Cheryl Major, Bonnie Major, Susan Giencke, Emmiline Brown, David Brock. 

POWDER HORN 

Mr. Case 

Vincent A. Drosdik, III, Editor-in-Chief; Anne Davis, Assistant Editor; Janet Derdiarian, Features and Exchange; James Ryder, Steve Coombs, 
Merrill Bergin, Photographers; Dean Groves, Marc Reyome, Don Grassi, Robert Gaylord, David Faucher, Donna DelReal, Richard E. Band, 
G. Radford Moeller, Paul Deimling, Cathy Nermann, Margaret Cooper. 



PSYCHOLOGY CLUB 

Mrs. Rudnick 

Cynthis Colangelo, Dennis O'Donnell, Jill Huibregtse, Cindy Tomlinson, Martha Twombly, Jennifer Blaisdell, Meg Cooper, Valerie Ball, Beverly 
Bradley, Val Dwyer, Sue Garibotto, Shirley Sparks, Paul McNamara, Allyn Winslow, Dave Little, Doug Wilds, Donna Quist, Chris Allison, Judy 
Whittier, Niels McGrath, Mac Herring, Barry Martinson, Jim McArthur, Alan Johnston, Bruce Robinson, Rad Moeller. 



SCIENCE CLUB 

Mrs. Callahan, Mrs. Apicello 

Yvonne Robinson, Cheryl Rossie, Ray Sterns, Ross Duckworth, Linda Coleman, Nancy Coombs, Chester Czephya, Jackie Moffett, Nancy 
Cavanaugh, Pamela Quinsenberry, Pamela Grahn, Lynne Colombo, Debbie Simons, Sandra Harris, Jim Bigley, John Klays. 



SKI CLUB 



Mrs. Kallis 

James Allard, Keith Antill, Valerie Ball, Steven Bell, James Bergin, Merrell Bergin, Suzzanne Bille, Becky Brown, Emmie Brown, Ken Brown, 
Mark Christian, Carl Ciak, Linda Ciak, Sue Clark, Marcia Conner, Nancy Coombs, Steven Coombs, Mary Jane Daelhousen, John Daelhousen, 
Jeff DeBonis, John DeCosta, Kathy Dickerson, Richard Donovan, Paul Druan, Joan Ericson, Gary Fields, David Fitch, Rawn Forte, Susan Gari- 
botto, Mary Gearhart, Dan Genetti, Janet Blovinsky, Steve Glovinsky, Paul Goguen, Audrey Gold, Donald Grassi, Tracy Green, Joyce Hall, Ron 
Harvey, David Herald, Maurine Hill, Rosie Hunn, David Hurd, Norman Irwin, Bill Jacques, Kathy Jacques, Alan Johnston, Arthur Kent, Thomas 
Klein, Denise Laza, Kathy Long, Mike Long, Jim Lovering, Dean Lowe, Margaret Lucas, Pat McDonough, Linda Mangion, Louise Mango, Janice 
Mildram, Mark Moeller, Karen Mrotek, Bill Murphy, Kathy Murphy, Nancy Murphy, Judy Nelson, Jo Newberne, Judy Newberne, Ken Pederson, 
Mark Pilla, Nancy Pilla, Greg Richardson, Pat Rivet, Vernon Rivet, Karen Robinson, Fred Ross, Carol Ruetenik, Tom Ruetenik, James Ryder, 
Huel Sherrer, Carolyn Selby, Carolyn Smith, Patti Steffes, Skit Sutbbs, Joan Talkington, Nancy Talkington, David Tatosian, Linda Thurrell, 
Mark Tremblay, Linda Tuttle, Martha Twombly, Paul Wanta, Marjorie Weed, Bruce Weymouth, Judy Wicklund, James YasinskI, Mark Bloom- 
quist, Steve Hatch, Sandy Murdock, Cindy McHanon, John Pakstis, Steve Gerlik, Margaret Donovan, Jennifer Baker, Diane Bush, Jean Mac- 
Dougall, Patty Lee, Howie Emerson. 



SPANISH CLUB 



Miss O'Sullivan 

Susan MacCormick, President; Paula Grace, Vice President; Lesly Hickman, Treasurer; Diane Bush, Secretary; Bill Cashin, Joan Ericson, Louise 
Mango, Diane Bush, Fred Ross, Anne Page, Frances Montalto, Vickie Lacombe; Steve Hatch, Steve Gellatty, Donna Mraz, Paula Grace, Charlie 
Sinclair, Pat Rivet, Leslie Hichman, Sue MacCormick, Eddie Dee, Don Sombronsky, Marelyn Hatch, Maureen Healy, Debbit King, Connie Shweis, 
Karen Falk, Buddy Stockton, Bruce Ribas, Janet Willie, Karen McCormach, Barbara Kace, Sergio Barros P. 



STAGE LIGHTING 

Mr. Doherty 

Marc Reyome, Paul Strain, Paul Haywood, Michael Kucher, Charles Scudder. 

STUDENT COUNCIL 

Mr. Gates, Miss Geerken 

Jim MacArthur, President; Joan Valva, Treasurer; Michele Bille, Secretary; Patty Pate, Mike Repucci, David Hoo, Kathy Brooks, Carolyn Smith, 
Richard Wilds, Margaret Linehan, Mac Herrling, Don Anderson, Cheryl Major, Bonnie Major, Jean Higgins, Bill Brezski, Susan Bates, Denise 
Laza, Wayne Neil. 

TARS 



Mr. Rancatore 

Meg Cooper, Jennifer Blaisdell, Martha Twombly, Lynda Tuttle, Linda Thurrell, Cynthia Tomlinson, Jill Huibregtse, Joseph O'Neill, David Hoo, 
Janet Derdiarian, Diana Waleko, Maryann Church, Donna Delreal, Kathy Bothwell, Lou Barton, Karen Ahem, Judy Smith, Cheryl Smith, JoLynne 
Johnson, Laura Rivet, Sue Garibotto, Val Dwyer, Paul Higgens, Bev Bradley, Beverly McKenna, Cynthia Colangelo, Ayn Thurlow. 

THESPIANS 

Mr. Case, Mrs. Taylor 

Wally Hurd, Richard Banks, Lesley Kennedy, Jeanette Mann, Jill Huibregtse, Carl Maier, Paul Kimball, Paul Genetti, Nancy Bolduc, Kathy 
Brooks, Jane McDowell. 

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MOST INTELLIGENT 
Steve Glovinsky 



CLASS COUPLE 

Bonnie Ogden, Wayne Callahan 



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CLASS FLIRTS BEST DRESSED 

Cindy Harbour, Rick Salome Richard Potter, Deborah Lee 





B.H.S. BAND 




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PEP BAND 



GLENN ACKER 
PRESIDENT 

JO-LYNNE JOHNSON 
SECRETARY; TREASURER 

ALAN JOHNSTON 
VICE PRESIDENT 




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FRESHMEN 




FRONT ROW: Patricia Bradley, Nancy Coombs, Cindy McMahan, Karyn Mann, Lynne Beaumont, 
iVielanie Hair, Patty Donouan. BACK ROW: Mike Sullivan, Robert Kinser, Kenneth Wishart, Jesse 
Lacy, James Ambrose, David Kernan, Randy Huibregtse, Chester Czepyha, Michael Pittman, Robert 
Welt, Robert Fuller, Ralph Sparks. 




FRONT ROW: Carolyn Kirk, Barbara Kace, Debbi Simons, Sue Ozsvath, Roxanne Rodman, Linda Coleman, Diane Bowlby, 
Andrea Carleton. MIDDLE ROW: Dorrie Saunders, Ava Director, Karen Falk, Mike Long, William F. Durgin, Bill Maunder, 
Daniel Genetti, Byron Johnson, Les Ahern, Kathy Stidworthy. BACK ROW: Jim Izatt, Phil Feeley, Randy Shields, Jack 
Ramsey, Jim Hodgkins, Rick Murdock, John Weaver, Chris Leiby. 



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FRONT ROW: Phyllis Salinas, Nancy Ridenour, Valerie Bean, Deb Wittenauer, Randee Carr, Jeannie Siiverstrone, 
Amy Hoffman, Darlene Dobbins, Mary McArthur. MIDDLE ROW: Pamela Jean Gilfillan, Judy Bryant, Nancy 
Jones, Denise Laza, Mary Lou McKenna, Pat Flanagan, Jeannette Ellis, Frances Montalto, Martha Muir, Patti 
Steffes, Elizabeth Coules. BACK ROW: Mark Pilla, Edward Walsh, Tom Klein, David Titus, Mark Bloomquist, 
Guy H. Larsen, Ward Dill. 




FRONT ROW: Rosemary Genetti, Nancy Roy, Jackie Moffet, Carolyn Wimberly, Kathy McGrath, 
Donna Flynn, Nancy lodice. BACK ROW: James Bhanton, John DeCosta, George Taylor, Ralph 
Kusa, Edward Keyes, William Barbieri, Paul Leslie, Leiand Conley, Jay Hinyub, Mark Tremblay. 



128 



FRESHMEN 




FRONT ROW: Gail Palmeri, Heather Lenz, Emmeline Brown, Kristine Sykes, Carolyn Clark, 
Nancy Lewis, Lynnete Chatte, Debbie King. MIDDLE ROW: Kathy McDonnell, Alison S. Walker, 
Mary Jane Belyea, Raymond Stearns, Kevin Healy, Christine Mudgett, Linda Cairns, Susie Bates. 
BACK ROW: Tom Jacobson, Jim Yasinski, Jim Giencke, Peter Jung, Nathan Kimball, Michael Lane, 
Mark Letizi, Richard Eccleston, Lee Winter. 




FRONT ROW: Michelle Boireau, Cathy Kennison, Sheila Hemmingson, Kathy Savignac, Nancy 
Tyler, Liz O'Connell, Diane Coleman, Cheryl Rossi. MIDDLE ROW: Nina Reaveau, Margaret 
Sansom, Gary Washburn, Dick Bentley, Barry Pharris, Philip E. Ballou, Kerry Skinner, Lynne 
Colombo. BACK ROW: Steven Hooper, Gerry Clark Chris Armstrong, Steve Hawes, Bob 
Dombrowski. 

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FRONT ROW; Beverly Andrews, Laurie Pierce, Sharon Bolton, Sandy Alley, Debbie Bowlby, Lee 
Ann Torigian, Mary Conti, Denise Kapfhamer, Lesley Dolan. MIDDLE ROW: Wayne Neil, Greg 
Smith, Dave Crook, Donie Dawson, Susan Cunningham, Lois Teischiero, Brian Harvey, Carl Miller, 
Huel Scherrer. BACK ROW: John Hamilton, Gary Walquist, Phil Keohan, Jon Christiano, Barton 
Woodworth, Martin Mooney, Paul Lyons, Jim Horton, Steve Gerlek. 




FRONT ROW: Donna Duffey, Janet Porter, Scootie Heisler, Collene Healey, Debra Henderson, 
Susan Bunton, Debbie Bruno, Rhondea Gilstrap, Linda Stubbs. MIDDLE ROW: John Kean, Tony 
Baudanza, Bob Plaia, Tex Mason, Gail Donovan, Kenneth Tondreau, Eddie Scheipers, Marc 
Reyome, John Patterson. BACK ROW: Rex Case, Paul Higgins, David Lentine, Eric Linstrom, 
Marcus Roberson, Kelvin Cross, Steve Gregory. 



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FRESHMEN 




FRONT ROW: Tom Colman, Debbie Louney, Kathleen LeBlanc, Donna Bellengi, Karen Urquhart, 
Elizabeth Cullinane, Barbara Farrell, Kevin McCann. BACK ROW: Randy Stewart, Ken Brown, 
Pat Murphy, Joe LaDow, Kevin Pedersen, Michael Kucher, Bob Fawcett. 




FRONT ROW: John Klays, Linda Olson, Debbie Minty, Christine Stevenson, Lorraine Bertelli, 
Valerie Versaggi, Jon DeBonis. BACK ROW: Anthony Bellengi, Dave Rodrigues, Gary Grable, 
Glenn Martin, Peter Karlson, Don Reed, David Faulkner, Jimmy Lehman, Guy Falabella, John 
Franks. 



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FRONT ROW: Pamela Grahn, Claudia Edge, Yvonne Robinson, Eileen Laughlin, Gorgie Sousa, Ellen Kusch. MIDDLE 
ROW: Greg Immler, Bryant Doherty, Paul Strain, Thomas Bush, Mike Bissanti, David Barnett. BACK ROW; Kevin 
James Kempton, Jeff O'Donnell, Mike McDougal, Brian Lewis. 




FRONT ROW: Mark Moeller, Frances Grandinetti, Val Herzog, Nancy Cavanaugh, Melinda Koester, Monte Glovinsky, 
Pamela Quisenberry, Matthew Diehard. MIDDLE ROW: James Bergin, Daniel Pike, Kevin Cassidy, Mike Scruggs, Ross 
Duckworth, Don Sledge, Richard Donovan. BACK ROW: Kenneth Durkin, David Barrett, Michael Stevens, Bob Landfear, 
Carl Ciak. 



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SOPHMORES 



FRONT ROW: Elizabeth Hammond, Judy Beecy, Janice Wright, Dorothy Allison, Virginia O'Neil, 
Donna Silverstrone, Nancy Murphy, Sally Taylor. MIDDLE ROW: Paul Deimling, Christine Mac- 
Leod, Gail Spencer, Debbie Kaplan, Christine Hulbert, Carolyn Selby, Diane Kelly, Jimmy Schultz. 
BACK ROW: James Brock, Steven Malisko, Don Grassi, John Edwards, Mark Whitehead, James 
Bell, Mike Hoots. 





FRONT ROW: Nancy Roy, Judy Hartwell, Ginger Martin, Delilah Masters. BACK ROW: Charles 
Scudder, James Riessle, Jack McGovern, Bill Brown, Kevin Harrison, Bob Pate, George Sherman, 
Bob Kaknes, Bob Atwood. 



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FRONT ROW: Sandy Murdock, Wendy Harry, Maureen Healy, Marcia Weston, Joyce Valatka, 
Cathy Minassian, Marina Eccleston, Paula Kean, BACK ROW: Sandra Brady, Cris Kinney, Bill 
Jacques, David Tatosian, Wayne Bloomiquist, Doug Erdman, Jonathan Burros, Eddie Pallotta, 
Joyce Donovan. 




FRONT ROW: Hedy Reitz, Ann Page, Debbie Lacombe, Dianne Dempsey, Maria Cloutier, Pam 
Romano, Joyce Hall, Julie Draim, Kathy Geary. MIDDLE ROW: Gayla Grimm, Wayne Johnson, 
Richard Barker, William O'Connell, Tom Tanner, John Taylor, Paul Arms, Sandi Blake, Glenna 
Moore. BACK ROW: David Fitch, Sean Duffy, Edward Colman, William Plaia, George Troutman, 
Larry Santapaul, Morgan Lewis, Steve Hatch, Bill Weir. 




SOPHOMORES 



FRONT ROW: Carol Ruetenik, Karen Richardson, Vickie Lacombe, Merilee WImberly, Kim Sher- 
man, Brenda Delozier, Jean Sinnamon, Cheryl Davies. MIDDLE ROW: Nancy Keyes, Jim Wicker, 
Greg Huffman, Carl Laudenslager, David McGrath, Bill Cashin, Clara Davis. BACK ROW: Bill 
O'Neil, Lee Joslin, Paul Wanta, Craig Gilmore, Carl Maier, Calvin Crouch, Ken Mead. 



FRONT ROW: Marie Laughlin, Diane Bryan, Nancy Talkington, Bonnie Major, Eileen McKenna, 
Jennifer Baker, Jeannette Mann. BACK ROW: Janet Derdiarian, Susan Schnitger, Stephen Mudgett 
Richard Izatt, Dean Groves, Ronald Satkiewicz, Gretchen Schafer, Elena Filios. 







FRONT ROW: Neil Scoltock, Diane Haywood, 
Linda Dick, Helen Matterna, Janet Smith, Tom 
Banks. BACK ROW: Glenn Martin, Ray Gooli- 
chion, Pat Youngsma, Doug Roome, Robert Nick- 
erson, Richard Little. 




FRONT ROW: Lourdes Henebry, Audrey Gold, 
Kathy Long, Rita Waleyko, Betsy Payne, Anne 
Davis, Joan Ericson, Carolyn Smith. MIDDLE 
ROW: Steven Donohue, Rick Wilds, Ann Shaugh- 
nessey, Margret Donovan, Marcia Conner, Laurie 
Mraz, Steven Koon, Donald Wacome. BACK ROW; 
Alan Reynolds, Jay Porter, Robert Stephens, Del 
Jensen, Charles Gilfillan, Oscar DePriest, Fred 
Schuster, Karl Wulfsberg, Alan Hansen. 




FRONT ROW: Pat Rivet, Kathy Colombs, Dottie 
Shea, Marilyn Hatch, Paula Verrier, Susan Gaylord, 
Pauline McKenna. MIDDLE ROW: Randy Scott, 
Tom Dee, Debbie Newton, Richard Trifiro, 
Carolyn Winkler, Gary Fields, Dave Rossi. BACK 
ROW: Wally Luby, Ted Tremblay, Craig Kvamme, 
David Dowlen, John Kleber, Rick Cumming, 
Meloon Stubbs. 



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SOPHOMORES 



FRONT ROW: Jeannette Wheeler, Marcia Jefferson, Gail MacDonald, Joyce Schlemmer, Charlene 
Shuman, Ginger Miller, Kris Linstrom. BACK ROW: Dom lovino. Bob Clark, Bob Urquhart, Roy 
Russel, Richard Ellis. 




FRONT ROW: Alice Potter, Susan Purdy, Barbara Nolan, Karen Robinson, Diane Buch, Cindy 
Neal, Marcia Sternberg, Theresa McKie. MIDDLE ROW: Diane Biggio, Maria Licciardi, Timothy 
Sullivan, Jerry Sutkus, Paul Flynn, Mark Gilmore, Karl Adier, Sandy Wilson, Pat McDonough. 
BACK ROW: Mike Lanham, Stephen Kempton, Chuck Troutman, Bill Burton, Mike Cosman, 
Gary Hanson. 



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FRONT ROW: Paul Harrison, Jacqueline Geilfuss, Vicki Schmidt, Marsha Karlson, Cheryl Rogers, 
Cynthia Taylor, Jim Miller. BACK ROW: James Moffett, Norm Lindstrom, David Herald, Tom 
Alexander, Dale Boyce. 




FRONT ROW: Constance Moore, Debbie Maher, Kathy Kieley, Susan Christiano, Paula Grace, 
Lainie McCabe, Cathy Primmerman, Joan Smith. MIDDLE ROW: Cindy Kinkel, Montajean Neil, 
Jeff Edge, Bill Liley, Steve Gellatly, Gordon Bishop, Mike Workman, Rocky Wilds, Donna Thomas, 
Cathy Clifford. BACK ROW: Paul Higson, Thomas Rivet, Jim Dawson, Ray Hartwell, Eric Thurkins, 
Richard DelReal, Bob Sawyer. 



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JUNIORS 




FRONT ROW: Susan Giencke, Mary Daves, Meg Cooper, Beth Brun, Janice Mildram. MIDDLE 
ROW: David Alan Dill, Joseph O'IMeil, Aldie Johnson, Stephen Vowles, Eric Filios. BACK ROW: 
Paul C. Kimball, William Wilson, Bruce Czulada, Marty Schafer. 




FRONT ROW: Cynthia Welt, Debbie Bates, Linda Ciak, Janet Henderson, Linda Mangion, Karen 
Ahearn, Cindy Mildram, Mary Ann Church. MIDDLE ROW: Louise Pascucci, Joan Mulligan, 
Sandy Bolduc, Meg Linehan, Virginia Ronkle, Elena LaCerva, Jean Higgins, Martha Twombly, 
Cynthia Tomlinson, BACK ROW: David Faucher, Roger Johnson, Jesse Maillard, Albert McDougal, 
Mark Anderson, Greg Richardson. 



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FRONT ROW: Betty Rivard, Judy Newberne, Kathy Dickson, Judy Falabella, Karen-Lee 
Hemmingson, Lorraine Duman. MIDDLE ROW: Chuck Schlemmer, Donnie Chase, Steve Bourcy, 
Art Kent, Robert Wier, Kevin Duris, Don Sombronsky, Phil Jones. BACK ROW: Bruce Ribas, 
Dick Bradfield, Bob Scott, Willard Lovell, Tom Moon, Bill Russell, Steve Bell. 




FRONT ROW: Martha Atwood, Susan Yauckoes, Beverly Hatfield, Pat Little, Maureen McMann, 
Carol Burk, DeniseCardoose. BACK ROW: Rick Larsen, Frank Raffaelo, Steve Lewis, Keith Stock- 
ton, Jim Unsworth, Vernon Rivet, Dale Jardine. 



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JUNIORS 




FRONT ROW: Beth Genetti, Celia Eskitgis, Donna Mraz, Theresa McGrath, Barbara Primmerman, 
Judy Laurenti. BACK ROW: Don Mclntyre, Edward Parrish, Bill Luby, Bob Ricardelli. 




FRONT ROW: Louise Barton, Jill Huibregtse, Kathy Murphy, Susan Gumb, Beverly McKenna, 
Linda Thurrell, Sue Jacobson, Mary Ricci. MIDDLE ROW: Amy Sandy, Karen Maotex, Joanne 
Chishlom, Jim Pivarnik, Joseph Herlihy, Eddie Dee, John Farrell, Keith Antill, Joanne Beecy, 
Cheryl Smith. BACK ROW: Steve Burmeister, Ron Harvey, Bob McGrath, Jim Crump, Ray Kahre, 
Clayton Stockton, George Kinger. 



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FRONT ROW: Sherrill Milley, Linda Jarnigan, Kathy 
Brooks, Cathy Nermann, Michelle Sousa, Kathy Bothwell, 
Kathy Schwerin, Martha Hann, Barbara Burket. MIDDLE 
ROW: James Herlihy, Scott McLaughlin, Daniel Libby, 
David Hoo, Alan Palmeri, James Allard, Paul Cassidy, 
Steve Kuehn. BACK ROW: Roger Rivet, Merrell Bergin, 
John Daelhousen, Timothy Edwards, Joe Sainto, David 
Jones, Steve Coombs. 




JUNIORS 




FRONT ROW: Michael J. Repucci, Jennifer Blaisdell, Jane McDowell, Kaline Bryan, Judith 
Rice, James Ryder. BACK ROW: Dean Lowe, Paul Goguen, Red Moeller, Vincent Drosdik. 




FRONT ROW: Sue Spooner, Betty Pappas, Carol McNamara, Lynda West, Gale Woodworth, 
Allyson King. MIDDLE ROW: Joseph Boyce, Holly Gilman, Phyllis Barnett, Michelle Carroll, 
Nancy Henley, Adam Reitz. BACK ROW: James Levering, Edward Colman, Bill Murphy, Jeff 
Green, Bruce Robinson, Dave Davis. 



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FIRST ROW; Diane Pascucci, Rawn Forte, Frannie Schneblin, Phyllis Genetti, Kathy 
Murphy, Chris Friel, Janis Curran, Jean MacDougal. MIDDLE ROW: Nancy Bolduc, 
Patty Lee, Kathy Jacques, Debbie Hoots, Judi Smith, Jo Newberne, Louise Pascucci, 
Linda Wilson. THIRD ROW: Sue Garibotto, Val Dwyer, Kathy Giaccarini, Shirley 
Sparks, Karen Zimnner, Bev Bradley, Cindy Drabik, Trisha Campbell, Maria Pappas. 



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Diane Tarbel, 
Art Editor 



Nancy Pilla, 
Assistant 



Dianne Tompkins, 
Assistant 



Joan Talkington, 
Literary Editor 



LITERARY STAFF 



YEARBOOK STAFF 




ART STAFF 




FIRST ROW: Gail Grassi, Chris Allison, Janis Curran. MIDDLE ROW: Patty Lee, 
Sarah Schwerin, Trisha Campbell, Chris Friel. THIRD ROW: Cindy Drabik, Gretchen 
Tice, Maria Pappas, Nancy Pilla. 



FIRST ROW: Sandy Silva, Marilyn Chisholm, Dianne Tompkins. MIDDLE ROW: 
Sandy Ambrose, Paula Winchenbaum, Diane Tarbell. THI RD ROW: Charlie Sinclair. 



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To the 1968 graduating class - 



Congratulations to all of you on the successful completion of your high school education. 
This step is vitally important to your future. Now strive to continue your education by whatever 
means are available to you, whether it be college, evening courses, on-the-job training or military 
schooling. Persevere, and you shall succeed. 




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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE BEDFORD 
HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF '68 



RAYTHEON COMPANY 

MISSILE SYSTEMS DIVISION 
Bedford/ Massachusetts 



Raytheon Company's Bedford Laboratories congratulates the Bedford 
High School Class of 1968. Whether your immediate plans are in the 
direction of college, armed services, or work, we, as a member of the 
Bedford Community wish you well. If your plans are uncertain, we 
would be pleased to discuss your future here at our Bedford Facility 
regarding positions in drafting, electro-mechanical assembly, or clerical. 

Through the Raytheon Institute you may participate in our part-time 
accredited college program and continue your education in conjunction 
with your career development. 

To inquire about the possibilities at our Bedford Laboratories, please 
stop in and see Mr. Dan Piccolomini or call him at 274-7100. 




FRANK J. HENNESSY 
and COMPANY 

REALTORS & 
GENERAL INSURANCE 
AGENTS 



78 GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD 



275-8600 




KNOWN FOR VALUES 



W. T. GRANT CO. 

GREAT ROAD 
SHOPPING CENTER 

BEDFORD 

"Charge it your way" 



Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1968 



FRIENDLY ICE CREAM 



BEDFORD, Mass 



CHEERS! 

PHILIP W. McGOVERN 
and 

PHIL McGOVERN, Jr. 



Compliments of 



SLUMBER WORLD 



MEDFORD FLOOR COVERING 



BROADLOOMS 



39 Riverside Ave. 
Medford, Mass. 
396-5640 
396-5641 



341 Great Rd. 
Bedford, Mass. 
275-9550 



Television— Stereo— Furniture 

WALCOTT SALES & SERVICE, INC. 
48 Great Road, Bedford 
275-7570 



J.E. PURDY CO., INC 

(1968 Missile Photographer) 

367 Boylston Street 
Boston 



T. E. Walcott Residence: 
275-7570 



GENETTI'S 
PACKAGE STORE 



107 Great Road 
Bedford, Mass. 

275-6579 



Compliments of 



HARTWELL'S 
TEXACO 



275-9730 



SCHOOLCPAFT'S STATIONERY inc. 

OFFICE - SCHOOL SUPPLIES 
CmC^ EQUIPMENT 



Bedford Shopping Center 
J. Harold Schoolcraft 
275-1233 



Best Wishes From 



F. W. WOOLWORTH'S 



Great Road 
Shopping Center 
BEDFORD 



Compliments of 



BLUE RIBBON DAIRY 

186 GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD 

275 -7261 
"Milk From Selected Farms" 



Compliments of 

BEDFORD FLOORING CO 

HARDWOOD FLOORS 



Sal Giannetta 



SJonothan Lane 
Bedford, Mass. 01730 



275-7710 



ROYAL 
LUNCHEONETTE 



GREAT ROAD 
SHOPPING CENTER 

275-9738 



DOROTHY RUTH'S 
COSMETICS 



152 GREAT ROAD 
Bedford Shopping Center 

275-9837 



STEFANIE 
FASHIONS, 
INC 

BEDFORD SHOPPING CENTER 
275-6813 



BEDFORD 
PHARMACY 

BEDFORD SHOPPING CENTER 
GREAT ROAD SHOPPING CENTER 



NEW ENGLAND 
NURSERIES 



Growers of Quality 
Nursery Stock 
for over 
80 Years 

GARDEN CENTER 
CONCORD ROAD 
ROUTE 62 

BEDFORD 

275-7220 



GOULD 
MOTORS, 
INC. 



AUTHORIZED 
DEALERS 



CHRYSLER 

MOTORS CORPORATION 



Compliments 
of 



PALMERI'S 

FLOWER 
SHOP 







ox BOW 
GARDENS 

Best Wishes to 
The Class of '68 



SHERWIN WILLIAMS 



GREAT ROAD 
SHOPPING CENTER 



DOM 'S 
SERVICE STATION 



Dom Palmeri 
314 GREAT ROAD 
275-9756 



THOMAS HARDWARE 



Floor Sanders to Rent 

Saws and Lawn Mowers 
Sharpened 
49 GREAT ROAD 
275-7066 



Best of Luck to 
the Class of 1968 



DILLEN'S FUNERAL HOME 



BEDFORD MASS. 
275-7706 



Would you believe 

That we wish you the most 

in 

Health 
Wealth 

and Happiness 

Well, we do, chief .... 

SEMICON 

617 - 275 - 8942 



Rolland V. Robinson 
President 



Sweetwater Avenue 
Bedford, Massachusetts 



LEXINGTON TRUST COMPANY 

THE ONE STOP BANK FOR ALL BANK SERVICES 

Lexington 

Bedford Burlington 
IVIEMBER F. D. I. C. 



COZY CORNER 



363 GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD 

SUBS FRIED FOODS 

PIZZA 
275-9866 



CHARLES STEFANELLI 



CIGARS - CONFECTIONERY 
ICE CREAM - TONICS 
GROCERIES 

275-0035 275-9868 




HAIR STYLIST 



326 THE GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD 
275-7366 



BEDFORD HARDWARE, INC. 



Arthur Goulart, Jr. 

WINDOW GLASS 
ALUMINUM WINDOW REPAIR 
WINDOW SHADES 
84 GREAT ROAD 

275-6464 




INSURANCE 
BY 



BUBIER - RILEY 



BEDFORD & MAYNARD 



Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1968 



BLAKE S 
NEWS STORE 



Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1968 




BRINE TREE SURGERY, INC, 



MASS. CERTIFIED ARB0RIST3 

COMPLETE TREE CARE 
LANDSCAPE DESIGN 
CONSTRUCTION 

BEDFORD 
BOX 342 275-6010 



AMERICAN 
NATIONAL RED CROSS 

BEDFORD CHAPTER 
Always there with your help 



STEVEN'S DOUGHNUTS 



All Doughnuts 
Hand Cut 

275-9782 



POLEO'S 
BARBER SHOP 

BEDFORD CENTER 
275-9705 



Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1968 
from 



Sanders associates, inc. / bedford division 



BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 



"Creators of new directions in electronics" 



"Brand Names at Discount Prices" 



MARSHALL'S 

SELF-SERVICE DEPARTMENT STORES 

BEDFORD SHOPPING CENTER 
275 -8483 

CHELMSFORD SHOPPING CENTER 
256-2501 



i 



BOWEN'S 


CENTER BARBER SHOP 


TOYLAND & HOBBY CENTER 




BEDFORD SHOPPING CENTER 


5 Barbers 


BEDFORD, MASS. 


275-7210 


CENTER SHOE SERVICE 




Prompt and Reasonable 




275-9883 


Best Wishes 


BEDFORD FARMS 




HART'S 


ICE CREAM 


PACKAGE STORE 


Best Wishes 


Class of 1968 


36 NORTH ROAD 




BEDFORD 





Compliments of 



Roger and Irene Rivet 



SHOEMAKER, INC 

ALUMINUM HOME IMPROVEMENTS 
275-9300 

SHOEMAKER & JENNINGS, INC. 
DRIVEWAY & INDUSTRIAL PAVING 

74 LOOMIS ST., BEDFORD 



BEDFORD 
CENTER MARKET 



THE DONOVAN COMPANY 
REALTORS 



The Friendly Store 
275-6257 



138 THE GREAT ROAD 
ROUTES 4, 225, and 62 

275-6637 



Compliments of 

BEDFORD PACKAGE STORE, INC 



93 GREAT ROAD 



BEDFORD, MASS. 



DEARY BROTHERS ALL STAR 
BEDFORD FARMS DAIRY 



Quality Dairy Foods 

Retail - Wholesale 
275 - 6500 



TONY'S 
BARBER SHOP 

363 GREAT ROAD 
lASI PARK 



JON'S HAIR STYLISTS 



275-6161 
363 E. GREAT RD. 
BEDFORD, MASS. 



FOX TRAVEL AGENCY 



NEIL J. BRUSSARD 
MANAGER 

363 GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD, MASS. 
275-9130 



BUILDERS SPECIALTY 
and 

HARDWARE CORP 



BRANCH AT DEPOT SQUARE 
BEDFORD, MASS. 
275-7655 




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with scientific and technical support. The Corporation does no 
manufacturing and engages in no competitive procurements. 

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The work programs are aimed at a high level of system aggrega- 
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Sponsors served 
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DODGE'S TIRE CENTER 



180 GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD, MASS. 

John B. Dodge 

275-0768 
275-9759 



BEDFORD JEWELERS 
INC. 



GREAT ROAD 
SHOPPING CENTER 



323 GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD, MASS. 



275-7056 



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INC. 



FUEL OILS 
OIL BURNERS 
BOILERS - FURNACES 
MAINTENANCE - SERVICE 



275-6858 
369-2558 



Congratulations to 
the Class of 
1968 



DAVIDSONS'S 
PHARMACY 



RICHARD A. DAVIDSON, B.S., R.P.H. 



76 GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD, MASS. 



LEON HAIR STYLIST 

GREAT ROAD SHOPPING CENTER 
BEDFORD, MASS. 

Hairstyling for the Discriminating Woman 

275 - 9743 

OPEN EVENINGS 



BEST WISHES 
TO THE 

CLASS OF 1968 




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ASSOCIATION, INC. 



BEDFORD COLLEaiON